makimono


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ma·ki·mo·no

 (mä′kĭ-mō′nō)
n. pl. ma·ki·mo·nos
A horizontal Japanese decorative scroll featuring pictures or calligraphy.

[Japanese, scroll : maki, rolled + mono, thing.]

makimono

(ˌmɑːkɪˈməʊnəʊ)
n, pl makimonos or makimono
a decorative Japanese scroll

ma•ki•mo•no

(ˌmɑ kəˈmoʊ noʊ)

n., pl. -nos, -no.
a horizontal Japanese hand scroll bearing text or a captioned painting.
[1880–85; < Japanese]
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The sushi-related offerings include nigiri and makimono rolls alongside less predictable fare: sushi made with tuna, coconut shrimp, shiitake mushrooms and crabmeat.
Signature dishes include Makimono rolls, creamy Fettucini, Golfo Del Messico and a special salsa, topped with tender beef strips, mushroom, sun-dried tomato, olives, jalapenos, mozzarella cheese and onion, garnished with guacamole, sour cream and chives.
On one recent evening, a pregnant woman sipped a mocktail while holding forth on the ocean's worth of raw makimono she plans to order after she gives birth.
ANR Multimodal analysis and knowledge inference for musical orchestration (MAKIMOno).
We decided to graze the extensive menu of makimono, sushi and sashimi.
The sashimi, sushi and makimono should definitely be tried as starters to a large meal.
The menu offers a good variety of tantalizing Japanese dishes from sushi and sashmi to temaki and makimono.
Jewel Bako was the first, and it has since been joined by Jewel Bako Makimono, a casual offshoot of the original; Jack's Luxury Oyster Bar, a New Orleans-influenced raw bar in a 19th-century coach house; and Grace's Kalbi Bar, a Korean barbecue place that, according to Mr.
On a recent evening, a pregnant woman sipped a mocktail while holding forth on the oceans worth of raw makimono she plans to order after she gives birth.
It will take more than one go-around to sample it all: the menu offers a roster of sushi a la carte, at $3.25 to $6.25 (if you want uni with quail egg), makimono - rolls with crab, eel, salmon or shrimp, at $3.25 to $9.75 - and more, much more.
Other special makimono included fire dragon maki ($15, soy bean wrap, shrimp tempura, cream cheese, cucumber, avocado, spiced salmon and Japanese spicy mayo); rainbow maki ($11.20, crab, avocado, cucumber, flying fish roe, covered with tuna, salmon yellowtail, white fish, shrimp and avocado; and spicy scallop maki ($10.95, live scallop, asparagus, cucumber and flying fish roe with spicy mayo and strings of red pepper.)
A broad selection of Japanese flavors and experiences: steak, chicken, seafood (plus sushi, sashimi and makimono) served in the traditional dining room, sushi lounge or as part of a teppan-style meal cooked at your table.