japanese for "rice ball", a commonplace food in japan made of rice and a small token of food pressed into the back such as a plum or a piece of fish.
Onigiris taste best when plain.
by Luna December 06, 2003
An onigiri is a japanese food that is a ball or triangle of rice with a filling in it like a plum or some tuna with mayo on it. Onigiri are usually found in bento.
Person:hey *name here*!
Person 2:oh hi *name of other guy here*
Person:i made an onigiri with some tuna in it
Person 2:Oh cool
by Anonymous991956 January 14, 2011

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