In Japanese cuisine, sushi takes all kinds of forms. Usually it is rice topped with ingredients like fish, various meats, and vegetables. Sashimi means sliced raw fish and is different from sushi since rice is not present. Sushi can be eaten with your hands but the prepared pieces should be eaten Sushi can be prepared in many different ways; some of them are listed below:

  • Nigiri-zushi hand formed sushi, generally is served in pairs.

  • Maki-Zushi rolled sushi, has a cylindrical shape, generally wrapped in nori, cut into six or eight pieces.

  • Chirashi-zushi scattered sushi, served in a bowl of rice with other ingredients, commonly eaten in Japan because it is filling, fast and easy to make.

  • Temaki-zushi hand roles, large piece of nori shaped like a cone filled with various ingredients, eaten with your hands.
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