Tobiko, a Japanese style sushi, is the most common sushi in the world.
It is the sushi of choice among sushi lovers and is known for its crunchy texture and high-quality fish.
Tobio, on the other hand, is popular in parts of the Asian Pacific.
It was introduced to Japan in the 19th century by the Japanese and was then imported by Europeans.
The Japanese, though, have been producing their own version of sushi for more than 2,000 years, with Japanese chefs using only a small portion of the Japanese fish, often making it into a popular dish.