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ANYTIME ANYWHERE SNACK FOR ALL.

onigiri

/ˌOh-Knee-Gee-Ree/ 

  1. Aka. Japanese rice balls / Triangle delight

  2. Made with premium rice, seaweed, and delicious fillings.

  3. It's not sushi; it's incredibly versatile.

  4. Easy, nutritious, and tasty, all in one bite.

Freshly made in Chicago

Find our onigiri

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Favorite flavors for everyone

Black Garlic

& Miso Tofu

Chilee Crisp

Shrimp

Creamy

Tuna Mayo

Grilled

Yuzu Salmon

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Chipotle
Tuna Mayo

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Our journey started in 2020

KORORIN is named after a Japanese fairy tale, “ Omusubi Kororin.” Onigiri has been part of the Japanese diet for a long time. Our founder, Yuta, a Tokyo native, missed enjoying onigiri in the US during his busy grad school days. In July 2020, in the middle of the pandemic, he launched onigiri with his business partner Cristina, transformed his personal car into a delivery vehicle called "Onigiri Shuttle," venturing into Chicago's streets to drop off onigiris in random parking spots in Chicago. Today, Kororin proudly offers its grab-and-go onigiri in grocery stores throughout Chicago.

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