Attack on Titan rice ball is as titanic as the Japanese anime

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

Convenience store onigiri just got a whole lot more colossal. 

While Japan’s top three convenience store chains — Lawson, Family Mart and 7-Eleven — get a whole lotta love from customers, NewDays is another mainstay worth visiting.

Operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East), the chain has branches inside stations, including kiosks on station platforms, and these days they’re the place to go for a range of unusual rice balls called Sugo Oni.

This new range, which features a baby “oni” (“demon”) on its packaging, takes its name from the slang phrase oni sugoi, which literally translates to “demon

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