Onigiri
Best restaurants you can enjoy Onigiri [おにぎり:Onigiri] in Japan! Onigiri, also known as omusubi or rice ball, is a Japanese soul food made from white rice formed into triangular or cylindrical shapes and often wrapped in seaweed. For the fillings, pickled plum, salted grilled salmon, shaved tuna, tarako, or any other ingredient is typically used.
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What is Onigiri? (Japanese Rice Ball)

Onigiri is an awesome dish that can be eaten right about any time of the day. It can be breakfast, a snack or a meal on the go. It can be stuffed with your favourite ingredients and can be prepared at home or bought in specialized restos or convenience stores.

The Ultimate Guide To The Best Onigiri In Tokyo!

In Japan the "onigiri", or rice balls, is often made at home as part of a meal, and it can also be found practically everywhere from convenience stores, to super markets, to bento stores. It's truly a Japanese soul food that nearly every Japanese loves. Although is is found everywhere, some shops really stand out as making extremely delicious and special ones. Here are the places you should try if you would like to discover, or rediscover the onigiri!

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