A type of Sushi. The correct term is Nigiri-Zushi (握り寿司). Neta (ingredients) on top of small Sushi Rice. Nigiri means to squeeze, to grab in Japanese, referring to the movement a Chef makes to form Neta and Shari together. Neta on top of the Sushi Rice can be fish, vegetables or meats, where fish being the most widely served and consumed.
Nigiri on the other hand is a type of Sushi classified by how it is made. Nigiri (握) means “to grasp” and refers to how the rice is formed into a shape by pressing it together with your hands.
The rice can then be topped with all manner of toppings, typically with fish like Shake Nigiri (Salmon Nigiri):
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