Temaki (temaki sushi)
Also known as cone sushi or hand roll sushi
Hi, dear sushi
fans! Our omnilogical forum is ready for this topic (about the temaki sushi
Well, at first, let me explain what's this kind of sushi. From Wikipedia: "Temaki (手巻, "hand roll") is a large cone-shaped piece of nori on the outside and the ingredients spilling out the wide end. A typical temaki is about ten centimeters (4 in) long, and is eaten with fingers because it is too awkward to pick it up with chopsticks. For optimal taste and texture, temaki must be eaten quickly after being made because the nori cone soon absorbs moisture from the filling and loses its crispness, making it somewhat difficult to bite through. For this reason, the nori in pre-made or take-out temaki is sealed in plastic film which is removed immediately before eating."https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sushi#Makizushi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License
Now you know about it and you may enjoy our fresh cone sushi
-- it's a temaki sushi from a nearby RT-Mart (on a table in a nearby restaurant).
I like to eat this kind of cone sushi very much!