A variety of makizushi, rolled-up sushi, which consists of seven different ingredients wrapped in rice and seaweed. Because of the abundance of ingredients used in a single roll of ehomaki, they tend to be extremely long. Illustrations with ehomaki often use them as suggestive_food due to this length. Often eaten on setsubun, and so have become associated with oni.
Normally, makizushi is formed into a long roll and then cut into pieces, whereas ehomaki is eaten in as-is. If a character is preparing a long roll of sushi, instead of eating or serving it, tag makizushi instead of ehomaki.