Onigiri is a rice ball which was eaten by the Japanese people since about 2,000 years ago.
They are brought to the battle fields by the ancient soldiers as the fast food to charge their energy.
Even in our modern life children bring them in their lunch box and office workers eat Onigiri for lunch.
We can cook Onigiri without fire and kitchen knife. Therefore, anyone can make Onigiri very easily.
"Onigiri" is a rice ball with some ingredients in it such as "Konbu (kelp)" and "Umeboshi (Salted plum)" for vegan/vegetarian and fish for non-vegetarian/non-vegan.
The shape of Onigiri can be ball or triangle.
I am Hideyuki Kondo, a Japanese language teacher. I teach Japanese and also introduce various Japanese culture, including Japanese food.
I love cooking and am very happy to share how to cook "Japanese Rice Balls (Onigiri)".
Let's enjoy together!!
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Duration of this cooking class is 1 hours.
Yes, Onigiri (Rice Balls) Making in the center of Tokyo (Vegetables are available for Vegan/Vegetarian) has a vegan option.
Up to 5 people can join Hideyuki's cooking class.
It costs 3000 per person.
Yes, Onigiri (Rice Balls) Making in the center of Tokyo (Vegetables are available for Vegan/Vegetarian) has a vegetarian option.
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