Those 100 styles of onigiri around Japan

I keep forgetting that there’s a whole pile of creativity out there when it comes to Japanese rice balls, aka onigiri.

Here’s a small collection of 100 variations from around Japan. Think there might be more?

Go click around on all of those links. You should get a nice photo image in a pop-up window. Even if you can’t read Japanese, and even though many of these are non-vegetarian, kindly grant yourself permission to ooh and ahh.

Then run to your kitchen to make your own.


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