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Made with seven ingredients from Kesennuma Shishiori, they are: salmon, egg roll, cucumber, carrot, eel, salad and scallop mayonnaise.
Traditionally, eho maki is eaten on Setsubun, the month of Chinese New Year. It must contain seven ingredients as the number seven relates with the Seven Deities of Good Fortune called Shichifukujin. Seven fillings are traditionally rolled in, representing good health, happiness, and prosperity, and rolling the fillings means rolling in good fortune.
Eho maki - 1 for $8.80 or 3 for $23.80
Shikai maki - 1 for $8.80
Hoso maki - 1 for $3.80
📍Takashimaya Chinese New Year Fair
Date: 29 January 2018 - 13 February 2018
Time: 10AM - 10PM
Venue: Takashimaya Basement 2
(Near Cold Storage) Booth: IPPIN