Sushi plate (盛り合わせ) with sashimi to the left and a Western-style inside-out roll (rice outside) to the right.
Sushi plate (盛り合わせ) with sashimi to the left and a Western-style inside-out roll (rice outside) to the right.

There are many sushi and sashimi ingredients, some traditional and some contemporary.

Sushi styles

Packaged nigirizushi for sale at a Tokyo supermarket
Packaged nigirizushi for sale at a Tokyo supermarket
California roll is a contemporary style maki-zushi (roll) containing cucumber, cooked crab meat or an imitation, and avocado that is made inside-out (Uramaki) with rice on the outside and an outer layer of tobiko or sesame seeds, shown here with a similar maki-zushi with raw tuna, which is darker
California roll is a contemporary style maki-zushi (roll) containing cucumber, cooked crab meat or an imitation, and avocado that is made inside-out (Uramaki) with rice on the outside and an outer layer of tobiko or sesame seeds, shown here with a similar maki-zushi with raw tuna, which is darker

Main article: Sushi

Wrappings

Eggs

Tamagoyaki, also referred to as tamago
Tamagoyaki, also referred to as tamago

Meats

Seafood

All seafoods in this list are served raw unless otherwise specified.

Finfish

The list below does not follow biological classification.

Engawa (meat close to the fin of a flounder) nigirizushi
Engawa (meat close to the fin of a flounder) nigirizushi
Various cuts of tuna including akami, otoro and chutoro prepared as sashimi
Various cuts of tuna including akami, otoro and chutoro prepared as sashimi
Unagi nigiri sushi
Unagi nigiri sushi

Inkfish

Others

Sea cucumber (Namako)
Sea cucumber (Namako)

Roe

Ikura gunkan maki sushi
Ikura gunkan maki sushi

Roe is a mass of fish eggs:

Shirako (cod sperm) gunkanmaki-zushi
Shirako (cod sperm) gunkanmaki-zushi

Seaweed

Shellfish

Raw abalone meat
Raw abalone meat
Shrimp nigiri
Shrimp nigiri
Soft-shell crab on ice

Vegetables/Fruit

A dish of tsukemono
A dish of tsukemono

See also

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