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A block-shaped piece formed using a wooden mold, called an oshibako.

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Mizu Gai. 20. Salmon, baby octopus, crab, roe, shrimp, Chef's choice of special fish, fresh fruits and vegetables, leche de tigre, all in champagne.
'Oshibako'. El fondo se recubre con el relleno, encima el arroz y se pre- siona para formar un bloque que luego se corta en porciones.
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Osaka Box Oshibako. 14. Squares of pressed rice layered with tuna spicy tuna and white tuna topped with strawberry sauce and tempura chips.
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Bambuspinde (kushi t ïò. Presseform til oshi-zushi (oshibako t ïò. 4FTBNLW SO t ïò.
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Mold for oshi-zushi (oshibako t ïò. 4FTBNF NJMM t ïò. Omelette pan (tamago- yaki-nabe t ïò.

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Osaka Style Pressed Sushi from Hillstone
From the Kansai Region, oshizushi (pressed sushi), also known as hako-zushi (box sushi), is a specialty in Osaka, Japan, where a block-shaped piece is formed by using a square or rectangular shaped wooden mold, called an oshibako.

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A block-shaped piece formed using a wooden mold, called an oshibako.
Types - About Sushi
The chef lines the bottom of the oshibako with the topping, covers it with sushi rice, and presses the lid of the mold down to create a compact, rectilinear block.
Osaka Style Sushi Recipe : Robert Irvine : Food Network
Using the outside perimeter of the oshibako as a template, place it on top of the sliced fish and Then press the oshibako lid to compress and mold the sushi.
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Oshibako « – bringing recipes into your home.
Apr 21, 2010 The sushi is also served in block form, using an oshibako. This kind of pressed sushi is called oshizushi and is popular in the Kansai Region.

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