Onigiri, the rice balls that aren't balls (they are almost always triangles), are the ultimate Japanese soul food: there's practically no one in Japan who didn't have them made by their mother or grandmother when they were at school, and they remain one of the most sought-after items in convenience stores all over Japan. There is only one problem: they are a little sensitive when it come to carrying them around, and this is the problem that the Tough Meshi Onigiri Box is here to solve.
If we are talking convenience-store sizes, the Tough Meshi Onigiri Box can store two of them easily. Or you can make one huge rice ball (known as "bomb rice balls" in Japan). Start by putting a sheet of plastic wrap down over the base. Then put your rice and filling on that. Close the plastic wrap over the onigiri and snap the top lid to seal the box. Now you can drop it in the bottom of your backpack, throw it around, use it to play soccer - or just about anything you want! Because when you open it back up, your onigiri will be as fresh and intact as when you first put them in. Just choose the color you want - white, red, or yellow (and all with black on the bottom to add an extra touch of toughness!)
The Tough Meshi Onigiri Box for Rice Balls features: