1. Put Japanese rice into the bowl.

2. Pour water into the bowl.

3. Wash and rub the rice.

4. Then, drain the rice. Usually, I repeat steps 2-4 for 3 times.

5. After that, put the washed rice into the instant pot.

6. Pour water into the instant pot and level off the rice. Close the lid and vent, press the button manual, adjust 6 minutes and natural release.

7. While cooking the rice, open a can of spam. Cut the block of spam into slices ¼ -½ inch thick.

8. After, pour soy sauce and sugar into a pan. Mix it well and turn on the small fire.

9. Next, put the sliced spam from step 7 into the sauce. Let it simmer for 3-4 minutes.

10. Flip the other side and let it simmer for 3-4 minutes.

11. Cut nori seaweed into strips (2-3 inches wide).

12. Wash and clean the can from spam. Use a paper towel to dry it and put a plastic wrap into it.

13. When the rice is done, open the lid and scoop the rice out.

14. When the rice, nori and spam are ready, you can start combining the ingredients to make Hawaiian spam musubi.

15. Put rice into the mold and compact the rice with the spoon.

16. Take out the block of rice.

17. Place a strip of nori under the block of rice.

18. Put the cooked spam on top of the rice.