Japanese rice balls, called onigiri or omusubi, are compact triangles of cooked rice stuffed with a tasty filling and often wrapped in a sheet of toasted nori. Cute, portable and healthy, they're one of our favorite ways to eat lunch on the go.
Kimbap is made by rolling meat, vegetables and pickles in rice wrapped in dried seaweed sheets. A favorite picnic and lunch dish in Korea made in many different choice of fillings. | Kimchimari.com