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Rice Pasta that Makes the World Smile- Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture

TRAVEL 2019 30 mins Episode(s): 1 none: None Japanese
Claudia was born in Florence, Italy, and currently runs a restaurant called “Pasta Sorriso” with her husband in Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture. In Italian, sorriso means “smile” and riso means “rice”. So “Pasta Sorriso” can be interpreted to mean “Rice Pasta that Makes the World Smile”. We take a look at how the rice from Himeji and the pasta-making skills from Florence merge to create a wonderful pasta that makes everyone smile!

Part of "Beauty of Japan- Season 2"!

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