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A Japanese term used to describe thin rolls of sushi. Beautiful sushi wrapped in nori (toasted seaweed) and rolled up into small circular tube-shaped creations. 8 pieces per serving.
The meaning of its name is, literally, “inside out” roll. It is defined as a “rebel roll” because it goes against the usual norm of wrapping the roll of rice from the outside. 8 pieces per serving.
A literal translation of futomaki is "fat rolled sushi." It is rice and fillings wrapped in dried, roasted seaweed and then sliced into smaller bite-sized pieces. 5 pieces per serving.
Temaki sushi, also known as hand rolled sushi, is a popular casual Japanese food. The cone like form of temaki incorporates rice, specially prepared seaweed and a variety of fillings. 1 hand roll per serving.
Nigiri means “to grasp” and refers to how the rice is formed into a shape by pressing it together with your hands. This beautiful sushi is then topped with various toppings. 2 pieces per serving.
Invented in 1941, Gunkan maki, also known as Battleship maki, is a common, more traditional type of sushi that comes shaped as small cups made of sushi rice and dried seaweed filled with a choice of fillings below. 2 pieces per serving.
The name Sashimi literally means “cut body” in Japanese. While sashimi can refer to almost any kind of meat—including raw beef, chicken, or any other kind of meat, fish and seafood are the most popular items to be eaten this way. 3 pieces per serving.
Tempura sushi rolls. 10 pieces per serving.
Served with rice.
Yakisoba is a popular Japanese fried noodle dish. It's trendy street food but a traditional family meal as well.
Yaki Udon is a classic Japanese noodle prize and one of our favourite foods from Japan. Yaki is Japanese for pan fried and udon are the thick and chewy noodles, made from wheat flour.