Japanese sushi is usually thought of as raw fish on a ball of rice.
However, there are actually many different types of sushi in Japan.
Hatahata zushi, (or hatahata sushi), is a kind of fermented sushi made with boiled rice.
Iizushi means rice sushi fermented for a long time-- from one to several months.
Generally, most sushi is called "so and so sushi."
Only in this case, however, it is called "sushi hatahata" in Akita Akita Food
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