Instant Onigiri is actually developed for emergency rations that most households in Japan have in stock in case of earthquakes and prolonged power outages.
But they are also very suitable for the Danish market, where you can't just go to 7-Eleven and buy an onigiri, as you can in Japan, and where it is difficult to make if you just want one. It is made by adding boiling water and waiting for 15 minutes - you can also use cold water, and then it takes an hour. But they can also be made on a forest trip, camping trip, etc., so the applicability is wide. The stated weight is of course for the product before water is added.
Country of origin: Japan
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