Though many people are not familiar with the term futomaki, much of the sushi enjoyed in the United States falls under this classification. As the name should suggest, this is a form of sushi roll, or maki. The term translates to “fat roll”, describing the greater size found in such rolls. An average futomaki is about two inches in diameter, featuring more than one main ingredient. Diners appreciate futomaki for their rich taste, as well as the attractive presentation that most chefs give them.
At our Japanese restaurant in Seattle, you can enjoy futomaki in many forms. Try our spider roll, our rainbow roll, our caterpillar, and much more at I Love Sushi!