a Sujiko rice ball

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I bought a rice ball at a convenience store. There was Sujiko, salted salmon roe in it.
I thought that there were only in Hokkaido, but it was wrong. I wonder if you can buy it in south of Japan. And how about other countries?

These days there are fresh salmon roe at the grocery stores. My mother-in-law makes pickled salmon roe in soy sauce and so on every year and it is kept until New Year.




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I have never heard of sujiko. I would like to try it! I've never seen it here, but they may have it.

They sell onigiri in London at Japan Centre and in the US at Mitsuwa and some other Japanese stores.

I think your family sounds traditional in a good way. (Not old fashioned.)

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Hello just visiting,

Thank you very much for your comment always.
If you find a Sujiko rice ball there, please tell me.

It's 9 A.M.now and is already 30℃. It's still hot everyday here.
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