What is “Eho-Maki”?
On February 3rd, people in Japan celebrate Setsubun, the coming of spring with eating a good fortune sushi roll called "Eho-Maki”.
How to eat “Eho-Maki”?
The proper way to eat this is to face a certain direction, this year it is West-South-West, and eat the entire sushi roll without stopping. Usually, sushi rolls are sliced into bite-sized pieces. But fortune rolls aren't sliced since slicing indicates cutting good fortune.