Onigiri


May 21, 2015

Postcard from Shanghai: Ci Fan

by yoko

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*Yoko is in China for 10 days! And with no access to Facebook or Instagram, she is sending us photos the old school way — via postcards.

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August 23, 2013

Wrapper’s Delight: The Onigiri Edition

by Umamimart Guest

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Not many snacks require instructions, but you’ll be left hungry if you don’t play by the rules when eating an onigiri (rice ball). 

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May 23, 2013

Japanify 2-in-1: Miso-Shio-Koji Marinated Duck + Duck Fat-Slathered Yaki Onigiri

by yoko

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Duck has always been a bird I’ve been meaning to explore. Its rich, luscious fat always makes me feel like I’m indulging in something reserved for a special occasion.

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September 4, 2012

Upcoming Event: Yaki-Onigiri for First Friday (OAK)

by Kayoko

That’s right, we be grillin’ balls this Friday!

Our good friends Koichi, Ryoji and Steven of YATAIYA will be making yaki-onigiri (grilled rice balls), and serving them alongside some house-made tsukemono (pickles).

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August 31, 2011

Skankynavia: Copenhagen Onigiri (A Tribute to Tokyo)

by Anders

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My city has experienced the wettest summer in the recorded weather history of Denmark.

Just this morning I woke up to a two hour thunderstorm with the most insane cracks, blitzes and a mustard yellow hazy sky.

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August 4, 2011

Japanify: Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice Balls)

by yoko

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Despite being in the U.S. for nearly 30+ years, Japanese cuisine instantaneously conjures up the word “raw.” Sushi has proved itself the winner despite criticism ranging from “this is unsanitary,” to, “I am ingesting unsafe levels of mercury,” to, “This is just plain gross, slimy and/or stinky.” Japanese food and sushi have virtually become synonymous in the States, so it is interesting to see how diners are accepting another type of Japanese food that is almost the exact opposite of raw fish.

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March 28, 2011

ReCPY: Let’s Make Onigiri! (Video)

by Moto

My colleague Kristen who produces videos for Japan Society’s Youtube channel, asked me if I knew of any onigiri (rice balls) shops since they wanted to showcase them in an upcoming video.

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