According to regulation No. 51 Year 2014 about Specific Rice Export and Import Recommendations, Japonica rice with 5% broken rice (maximum) is allowed to be imported for industry / special consumption.
According to the regulation of Ministry of Trade No. 01 Year 2018, the right to import rice for general use in Indonesia has been given by the government only to Bulog (Indonesia’s National Logistic Agency) as the sole importer. Private company who possess “Producer Importer Recognition (API-P)” document issued by Ministry of Trade can import rice, but limited only for industrial purpose / special consumption.
According to Regulation No. 42 Year 2012 about Plant Quarantine Measures for Importing Fresh Fruit and Fruit Vegetables into Country Area Republic of Indonesia, agriculture products can only enter Indonesia region through these port :
Tanjung Perak Sea Port in Surabaya
Belawan Sea Port in Medan
Soekarno-Hatta Air Port in Jakarta
Soekarno-Hatta Sea Port in Makassar
Tanjung Priok Sea Port in Jakarta — limited to the country that already have Country Recognition Agreement (CRA) with Indonesia
Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Indonesia. (2014). Specific Rice Export and Import Recommendations (Number 51/Permentan/HK.310/4/2014).
Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia. (2018). Provisions on the Export and Import of Rice (Number 01 Year 2018).
Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Indonesia. (2012). Plant Quarantine Measurement for Importing Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Indonesia (Number 42/Permentan/OT.140/6/2012).