Sushi sets

Sushi is prepared in four kinds, but the most popular are those two varieties:

Maki:
Maki sushi is a variant in which the ingredients are arranged on rice, seaweed or vegetables, then rolled and cut into pieces corresponding to one bite. Many sushi restaurant prepares sushi rings according to the unique creations of their chefs, and creative possibilities are endless.

Nigiri:
Nigiri word literally means squeezing - rice is pressed into shape, and the fish is placed on rice, in many cases along with seaweed. This makes it easy to grab and eat with hands, which is why this type is sometimes called "sushi in hand." Nigiri sushi style became popular in the early nineteenth century in Japan, when street vendors were greater part of the food industry.