Automatic machines prepare the traditional sweet dish “Wagashi” in Japan

A food machine is used to automatically prepare Wagashi, a traditional Japanese sweet dish. It beautifully creates the delicate appearance of the candy. The competition in food machine manufacturing is getting tougher over creating such level of technology which can taste similar to traditional food.

“The rice goes through here, and the sushi rice is made here one by one. It is a machine that picks up the sushi rice and arranges it as intended by this tablet. It is very difficult for a chef to sushi to make the same type of sushi rice when hold it by hand and our machine is adept at this said Ryunosuke Kurihara from Suzumo Ryunosuke Kurihara also said that it does not break even if you hold it tight because every sushi rice contains air.” We also make a machine that creates melt-in-your-mouth sushi. rice when you put it in your mouth,” Kurihara added.

Recently, Japanese rice balls have been sold in stores around the world. Visitors are amazed at the new technology. One visitor said: “Wonder what they think of how well it uses the blade. I just tried it and it had tomato sauce but it wasn’t moist but the rice was crispy and delicious.”

Takashi Fujita of Shinagawa Machinery Works said that this food machine is not just a mechanical meal, but a food machine based on the concept of “ventilating” fried rice. “It is made by chefs to provide the delicacies of Chinese restaurants. I studied cooking methods and cooking time, measured them with my watch, and conducted research and development on how long it would take to make the best fried rice,” Takashi Fujita said.

“After all, the hardest thing was to keep the rice grains. The structure of the fan blades became the most special shape,” Takashi Fujita added. The automatic fried rice maker is designed to feel like traditionally cooked fried rice. It is very important that the temperature of the pan is kept at the same level and that the ingredients are mixed properly. (ANI)

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