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Gunkan Maki Sushi

Gunkan Maki Sushi is a form of maki sushi.

A slice of sushi is surrounded by a taller "fence" of nori seaweed to form a "basket." Small things such as fish roe are put in the basket.

Language Notes

"Gunkan" means battleship.

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