Posted by: voyagerguide | December 23, 2007

Japanese Curinary Life vol.1

Omusubi, rice ball, is made by rolling rice in the palms of the hands. Usually, they are made into triangular or round shapes, and various kinds of food, such like a pickled plum or fish are put into rice balls. My mother often put them into my lunch box when I was a student. By the way, I like rice balls put dried bonito seasoned with soy sause into. In Japan, they have rice balls at the convenience strores. One rice ball usually costs $1, but some among them is so expensive that is put constly ingredient into. And, in a Japanese folktales rice balls comes up. Rice balls can be said to have been appealing to Japanese people for such a long time. 


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