Monday, 3 January 2011


Furikake (振り掛け) is a Japanese condiment that is sprinkled over rice and inside onigiri (rice balls).

 Photo from: Kyoto Foodie

It can be a number of different flavours and colours, with the most popular types being wasabi (a spicy horseradish-type sauce), fish and seaweed.

Furikake can be bought in a number of places very cheaply, including 100 yen stores, and is usually with the bento goods as furikake is often used in bento to create colourful food, or shapes and faces.

 photo from: TokyoKawaii


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