Closed July 1, Canada Day 🇨🇦
Our Chef is from Suzumenomiya,Japan.
Suzume is sparrow in Japanese & Suzume loves rice!
Traditional Japanese comfort dish including a combination of Japanese and Canadian flavors. catering in Toronto
Nothing can be replaced. Taste of natural japanese homemade cooking connecting you to JAPAN.
Omusubi is Japanese comfort food made form steamed rice formed into triangular shapes and usually wrapped with Nori ( seaweed ).
Traditionally, an Omusubi is filled with pickled plum, salted salmon, Katsuobushi (bonito flake) or any other salty or sour ingredient as a natural preservative.
Formed into a compact form, these little rice balls make rice portable and easy to eat with hands. You can enjoy Omusubi for a quick snack or as school / work lunch or picnic food !
There are several different stories about the origin of Omusubi and one of them says it is related to the three Gods of Japanese religion who created the world ( in Japanese mythology ). Dedication of mountains lead people to shape chunk of rice to triangle form like a mountain to receive the power from Gods.
"Musubi" means tie, join, connect...🍙
We all grow up with taste of Mother's home cooking. In Japan rice ball is one of them. Rice ball connects families and people.
The key for making delicious rice ball is Love. Make rice ball with thinking of someone you love , You'll be surprised how delicious it is.
It's all "musubi" to power of nature, the power rice receive from Sun, water ,Moon, stars..also love of farmers and love of the person who makes rice ball for you.
Rice ball is happy and healthy food.
We make our products with Love ♡
Rice Ball Tray, Bento Box, Mini Rice ball Tray, Lunch Box etc. Cook on site is also available.
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