Ehou-maki is the special name of the popular sushi roll. When you eat, and how to eat, is especially different from sushi rolls served in sushi bars.
You can have it standing toward blessing direciton, on the beginning of spring, named Setu-bun day in Japanese calendar.
This event has been a local traditional event originated in Osaka area, in order to bringing good luck.
In these days, many convenience stores such as the Seven-Eleven, the Lawson, and so on, have become engaged in the buisness of selling this lucky food.
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