The season of Ehomaki is here again!

On the day of Setsubun (the 3rd of February), it is customary in Japan to eat an uncut sushi roll called ehomaki, while facing that year’s lucky direction. This custom started in the western regions of Japan, but is getting more and more popular in the whole country.

Here, at Yoyo Kitchen we celebrate the Setsubun with special uncut Ehomakis freshly made on the premises.

Our Vegetarian Ehomaki is made from cucumber, kanpyo (sweet vegetable), inari (fried tofu), egg omelettes, rice & nori (seaweed), and our Yoyo Ehomaki is made from salmon, tuna, boiled prawn, cucumber, avocado, rice and nori seaweed.

You can reserve your Ehomaki in advance, and pick it up on the day of Setsubun, the 3rd of February from 12 o’clock. This year’s lucky direction is North North West, so make sure you eat your whole maki facing this direction. Enjoy and have lots of luck this year!

SETSUBUN Vegi Ehomaki

Uncut sushi roll with with egg, cucumber, kanpyo, avocado and inari.

SETSUBUN Yoyo Ehomaki

Uncut sushi roll with salmon, tuna, boiled prawn, cucumber and avocado.


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