Craving for Japanese food? 7-Eleven now offers Onigiri and Maki

It seems like the thought that you can find almost everything at 7-Eleven is true.

This is because our random cravings for Japanese rice snacks can now be satisfied with just a trip to the convenience store as well.

Photo from 7-Eleven Philippines

7-eleven’s heat-and-eat food selection is staying true to its cultural diversity offering different cuisines, as they are adding more Japanese food options with the launch of their Onigiri and Maki.

4 new Japanese Food offers

  • Tuna Mayo Onigiri
  • Salmon Mayo Onigiri
  • California Maki
  • Mixed Maki

7-eleven Onigiri

Photo from 7 Eleven Poblacion San Luis Batangas Facebook Page

Onigiri or rice ball, is a Japanese food made from white rice formed into triangular or cylindrical shapes. The ones in the store though comes in two flavors: Salmon Mayo Onigiri and Tuna Mayo Onigiri. They are covered in seaweed paper, triangular in shape and either stuffed with cold processed smoked salmon (for the Salmon Mayo) or skipjack tuna meat (for the Tuna Mayo).

Both fillings are using Japanese mayonnaise so rest assured they are creamy and extra tasty.

7-eleven Maki

Photo from 7 Eleven Poblacion San Luis Batangas Facebook Page
Photo from 7 Eleven Poblacion San Luis Batangas Facebook Page

There are many kinds of sushi roll and at 7-Eleven you get to have one of the most favorite the California Maki which uses kani, or imitation crab sticks.

And the other option is Mixed Maki which has two flavors in one container. One is spicy covered in chili powder and stuffed with minced meat, while the other maki has sliced sausage and mayonnaise.

Photo from 7 Eleven Poblacion San Luis Batangas Facebook Page

Ready your chopsticks and head to the nearest 7-Eleven as aside from these snacks being delicious they are very affordable as well with prices starting at P50.



Marel Baluyos
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