Ehomaki is usually a thick-rolled sushi that is eaten facing Ehomaki (the direction that is said to be congratulatory), but Kiyoken devised this. Shumai bean paste is wrapped in Chinese steamed bun skin and finished in a roll.
It's about 12 cm shorter than the general Ehomaki, and it's a voluminous snack. It is a lucky charm that is carefully hand-wound one by one so as to involve fortune, and on February 1st and 2nd, pre-orders will be sold at 150 stores mainly in Tokyo and Kanagawa, and on February 3rd, it will be sold by reservation. In addition, it will be sold over the counter at 40 stores.
Setsubun in 2014 is February 3rd. Ehomaki is east-northeast (eastern slight north). On the day of the event, it may be interesting to wear a shumai ehomaki bun and wish for happiness.
By the way, Kiyoken also sells the usual Ehomaki "Kuchifuku Ehomaki" at the same time. The ingredients are a little gorgeous, such as Thai soboro, pickled crab sticks in sweet and sour sauce, simmered chopped bamboo shoots, simmered ginger kelp, rape blossoms, omelet, and vinegared rice with scallops. The price is 680 yen per piece.