Although a simple sushi roll, the thick roll is a distinct Osaka style sushi. The main differences of the futomaki and Edo stylesushi rollls is that it has multiple ingredients, and they are allcooked. Most of the ingredients are sweet, and the sushi rice isprepared bland compared to the Edo style. Popular ingredients include, egg omelette, simmered dry tofu, gourd, and oboro (sweet ground fish). Many fusion style sushi rolls are futomaki sushi rolls using raw ingredients and having the rice rolled outside.