Our 7-Eleven stores have been consistently churning out delicious ready-to-eat Filipino meals like sisig, kaldereta, and sinigang to name a few. And finally, after much anticipation and perhaps, requested by many, those Japanese konbini staples, maki and onigiri, are finally hitting the shelves of our local 7-Eleven!
Introducing the Japanese Rice Snacks, these ready-to-eat savories are available in four variants: Salmon Mayo Onigiri, Tuna Mayo Onigiri, Mixed Maki, and California Maki. Maki or sushi rolls are pretty easy to eat though for those not familiar with the onigiri (rice balls wrapped in seaweed), 7-Eleven even shared a step-by-step diagram of how to open one.
Starting at 50 Php, you can now easily satisfy your Japanese food cravings at select 7-Eleven stores in Luzon. If you’re still hungry try them with the ready-to-eat or take-home ramen meals also available in the convenience store to complete your konbini experience.