sushi roll, inari, and fish-ball soup!
On the day of Setsubun, we are supposed to eat one long whole maki at once.
The funniest part is that we have to eat it facing the certain direction “lucky direction of the year” without saying a word! (because the good luck goes away).
But again, this had long been customary only in Kansai district (Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe..) so people in Tokyo don’t take it very seriously and we often eat half length of maki or some people slice everything just like regular maki-zushi.
Anyway, I made two whole length of rolled sushi, and cut in half one of them to keep it a little longer than regular slices. I hope it works fine on my health!