This equisite hand roll is wrapped in a yellow tofu skin, and contains spicy and creamy sauce with scallops and rice.
The color is that of orange sherbet, thus the name I suppose and feels like a walk through a warm sunny day in Hilo as you eat it.
I personally try the ice tea at every place I go, and Hime Sushi's ice tea was perfect. Not over brewed or under brewed. It has the classical flavor of ice tea but did not taste like Liptons. All you can drink for 1 dollar did not bring me negative feelings either. The round ice was very unique and made the tea feel more smooth.
This item called a volcano roll, was one of the specials. It was composed of a California roll, topped with scallops and a Dynamite sauce. The fish eggs I added for an extra $75 cents.
This roll reminded me greatly of the Yanagi's sushi in my hometowns "Dynamite Roll" it is a bit less complicated but has the same idea. At 11.25 it was one of the most expensive items on the menu but still very delicious and worth the price. The layout that came with it was a bit western, but still quite lovely. For a Dynamite roll and it's price I give this item a 3/5 but if I had nothing to compare it to I would give it a solid 4.5.