Embroidery patch ''Negi-Toro'' (Scallion Tuna Battleship Roll)
A vinegared rice ball wrapped in dried seaweed and topped with chopped fatty tuna and scallions.
This sushi are called "battleship" because they look like battleships from the side. There is also a rolled type. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716.
Material Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon
Made in Kyoto, Japan
The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials. Use a damp cloth under the iron when ironing, and be extra careful if you are ironing on heat-sensitive materials. Machine-stitching is recommended to enhance strength.Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.