Everybody loves it! The iconic Japanese dish
Sushi is the combination of sushi rice seasoned with sushi vinegar (a mixture of vinegar and seasonings) with a filling or a topping, called neta, mainly seafood and some vegetables.
Typical sushi dishes in Tokyo include Edomae-zushi or nigiri-zushi and, in Osaka, Osaka-zushi or oshi-zushi. There are many other types such as chirashi-zushi, inari-zushi, maki-zushi and chakin-zushi.
In most cases, sushi in English refers to nigiri-zushi, which is usually a small clump of rice topped with neta with a small amount of wasabi in between and served with soy sauce for dipping.
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California roll is an inside-out sushi invented in the US. The nori side is hidden on the inside along with the stuffing such as avocado; it is invented for Californians who are not used to the black nori laver.
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Nigiri-zushi is made with sushi vinegar-seasoned rice formed into bite-sized shapes and topped with wasabi and seafood.
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This is a sushi dish prepared with salty-sweet simmered beef instead of seafood.