Convert koku (Japanese volume) to dessertspoon (U.S.)
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Definition and details for koku (Japanese volume):
Koku is a Japanese traditional unit of volume equal to 100 sho or about 180.4 liters. Koku was defined as the volume of rice a person would eat in one year.
Definition and details for dessertspoon (U.S.):
U.S. dessertspoon (dsp or dssp) is a unit of volume sometimes used in food recipes, equal to 2 U.S. teaspoons.