This project is linked to the cookbook “WE LOVE ONIGIRI” on Amazon by PY Kobo Books.
ONIGIRI means rice balls in Japanese.
We will explain the rice ball ingredients on page 58 of the book.
(1) Doubutsu onigiri
Cute rice balls (onigiri) look like animals (doubutsu).
A cute panda-san rice ball (onigiri) that is about to eat watermelon (suika).
A rice ball of a happy bear who is with his favorite fish.
(2) Temari onigiri
Temari is a traditional lovely balls in Japan.
Cucumber and radish onigiri
A temari-shaped rice ball with a beautiful contrast of green and purple.
Canola flower and pickled plum onigiri
A temari-shaped rice ball with the slight bitterness of canola flowers and the sweetness and sourness of pickled plums.
(3) Tenmusu onigiri
Rice balls with tempura fillings such as a shrimp tempura.
Shrimp tempura onigiri (Ebi Tenmusu)
A rice ball with plump shrimp tempura wrapped in rice.
Maitake tempura onigiri (Maitake Tenmusu)
A rice ball with maitake mushroom tempura wrapped in rice.
(4) Seasonal onigiri
Recommended rice balls for the seasonal events.
Meat-wrapped mummy onigiri
A juicy (?) mummy with a meat-wrapped rice ball wrapped in cheese bandages.
Witch bear onigiri
A rice ball of a cute witch bear holding a pumpkin king.
Feel free to ask any questions about the book “WE LOVE ONIGIRI.”