Onigiri

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O-nigiri (お握り) are a type of food molded in the form of a ball or triangle, and wrapped in seaweed (nori). They are typically filled with salted fish (especially salmon, but also squid, tuna, and mackerel) or pickled ume fruits (umeboshi), but also come in a variety of other flavors due to their popularity.

The rice used in making onigiri is unsalted, as opposed to the rice in sushi, which is flavored with vinegar, sugar and salt. It is common to see onigiri as part of bento.

Also see: Sushi, Taiyaki.

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