#1
hey, this is a really random question, but how do you say/spell rice in japanese? I've searched all over google and haven't come up with anything.

Thanks for your help! I'm doing this because I heard some cool japanese rock band and I think the band's name was 'rice', but in japanese. The name sounded like 'rizu' or something and I was told that it was japanese for rice. Again, any help is greatly appreciated
#2
In Chinese, it's Faan. Don't know if that helps. It probably doesn't but sometimes our words are the same, such as, "Yes".

EDIT: Yeah I can see - it's not helping at all. Sorry.
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#4
This may or may not help, but I do know that in Japan, sushi refers to the rice itself, so maybe that will lead you in the right direction.
#6
"BAH-kah yee-AH-roh"

And "ee-DOH-ee CHEEN-koh no KAOH", not sure about the spelling.
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#7
From my dictionnary:
Rice:n uncooked {ko me}. cooked {go ha n}. Rice which is served on a plate is often referred to as {ra i su}
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#8
I am positive this is how you say it, i took manderine for 4 years.

"SU-ck mi Lar-g-E DI-c-K"
#9
rice is called gohan
but so is breakfast (asa gohan) lunch (heru gohan) dinner (yoru gohan) \
when used this way it doesn't mean rice
#10
Quote by guitarmannn
I am positive this is how you say it, i took manderine for 4 years.

"SU-ck mi Lar-g-E DI-c-K"

Mandarine is Chinese dumbass.
#13
There are many words for rice (and rice related) 御飯 (gohan), 飯 (meshi) and ライス (raisu) being the main ones, (Or so I am led to believe).

also, lol at Garci
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#14
im pretty sure raisu is the most common one. I just no gohan from dbz lol.