The author who previously reviewed a product called "Easy Onigiri Pack " that is useful for "making and carrying rice balls" on this site. I found a similar product in the 100-yen shop CAN DO, so I decided to compare it.
This product is named "Omusubi Kururin". As with the "Easy Rice Ball Pack", you can make and carry rice balls in one case.
Let's use it now. First, remove the band of the fastener, spread it out, and stuff rice on both sides.
Fold it up and put both sides together, then fasten the band and gently squeeze it with your hands to shape it. After grasping, there will be a slight gap between the case and the rice, but there is no particular problem with the sense of stability. It seems that you can carry it with confidence.
When eating, remove the band and flip both sides. You can eat it as it is without taking it out of the case. However, the part of the rice that I was holding with my fingers felt difficult to eat.
● Summary "Omusubi Kururin" and the "Easy Rice Ball Pack" introduced earlier. In terms of ease of eating, "Omusubi Kururin", which flips the case from both sides, outperformed. Since the "Easy Rice Ball Pack" can only be turned over on one side, it was difficult to take out the rice balls.
However, in terms of portability, one vote was given to the "easy rice ball pack". I felt more stable when the lid was closed.
That's why the result should be advantages and disadvantages, but if you often eat rice balls, why not try one of them? The price is, of course, 108 yen (tax included) per piece.