Stuff sushi rice into the inari sushi wrappers in the usual way to make inari sushi.
Arrange the inari sushi in a bento box so that the crease is on top and facing up a bit (diagonally). (It may be a bit hard to understand?)
Cut out round shaped from the cheese. I used a plastic icing bag tip that I squeezed a bit to make it oval-shaped. Secure the cheese onto the inarizushi with a piece of dried pasta.
Punch out or cut out the eyes and mouth (and the nose too if you like) with nori punches or small scissors, place them on the inarizushi and they're done.
Story Behind this Recipe
I wanted to bring along some easy-to-make and cutely formed inari sushi to a barbecue, so I made these.
If you are going to eat these immediately, the dried pasta used to stick the pieces together will be too hard, so don't use it. If you are going to use the inari sushi in a bento, the pasta will have softened by the time they are eaten, so don't worry.