A roasted, meat-wrapped rice ball, a typical casual gourmet dish in Miyazaki.
Nikumaki onigiri (meat-wrapped rice ball) has its roots in the meal served for staff at an izakaya that Ganso Nikumaki Honpo’s founder used to run. It is known all over Japan as a casual gourmet treat, which is often eaten after a night of drinking in Miyazaki. Pork produced in Kyushu, marinated in a soy-based sauce overnight, is wrapped around a sesame-mixed rice ball and then slow-roasted.
Nikumaki onigiri (330 yen/ piece) A hearty dish at 150 grams per piece, and there are various menu options such as a cheese topping. They are roasted in an oven, and the flavor spreads wonderfully inside your mouth.
Ganso Nikumaki Honpo, Ichibangai shop
3-8-9, Tachibanadori-nishi, Miyazaki
Open: 18:00 - 3:00, 12:00 - 24:00 (Sunday and national holidays)
Closed: No scheduled holidays