There are six types of sushi.
According to authority figure in Japanese cuisine, Hiroko Shimbo, says sushi falls within one of the following types:
Chirashizushi (scattered sushi): A bowl of rice topped with different ingredients – similar to our build-apoke bowls.
Inarizushi (named after the Shinto god Inari): Its most common form doesn’t have any fish and is sweet. Inari is a pouch of deep fried tofu simmered in a marinade of mirin, soy sauce, dashi, and sugar.