About the product

Writings dating far back as the 17th century states that during war many Samurais stored rice balls, onigilly, wrapped in bamboo eaves as a quick lunchtime meal.

Onigilly,commonly known as onigiri, is a staple of modern Japanese diet. Ironically, these bite-sized meals are more common than sushi. Catering to the on-the-go lifestyle, onigilly’s healthy and portable distinction is a fast meal that can be found all over Japan.