Inari Sushi

Inari Sushi

Introducing “Inari Sushi,” one of the sushi varieties that Japanese people love to eat! Inari sushi is a traditional type of sushi that you can enjoy even at high-end restaurants, but locals often prefer the ones sold at the food section of department stores, supermarkets, or 24-hour convenience stores!

Inari Sushi

Inari sushi is a type of sushi that consists of sushi rice stuffed inside a sweet and savory seasoned deep-fried tofu pouch.

Price Range

The price range for inari sushi is typically between 200 yen and 400 yen.

How to Eat

Since inari sushi is already seasoned, you can simply eat it as it is! It won’t fall apart like regular sushi, so you can even enjoy it while lying in bed or soaking in a bath!

Inari Sushi

Personally, I don’t like getting my hands dirty, so I use a fork to eat inari sushi. It might be a bit big, but I recommend taking a bite-sized portion!


The main ingredient of the deep-fried pouch, tofu, is a high-protein, low-calorie diet food, making inari sushi popular among those who are on a diet!

Calories 302kcal
Protein 7.7g
Fat 7.9g
Carbohydrates 49.9g
Salt Equivalent 2.1g

These nutritional values are average and may vary depending on the number of inari sushi pieces.

Inari Sushi

Inari sushi is low in fat, making it a healthy choice. However, it is high in carbohydrates, so if you are conscious of your body shape, be careful not to overeat!