I like inari-zushi, and honestly I buy them rather than home making since it takes time to prepare it. Although I make it annually or twice a year when I prepare for family event, home made Inari-zushi is much tastier than the store bought.
First, we cooked rice and making vinegar sushi rice. Meanwhile we cook fried tofu in seasonings and let them cool in room temperature. Then making small rice balls and put the balls into the fried tofu pockets.
The couple also cooked Tamago-yaki, Japanese egg omelet and tuna Temari-sushi as well.
Finally we made big lunch and the couple enjoyed the meal.
As long as you can get fried tofu and fundamental Japanese seasonings, you can make your own Inari-zushi.
Hope you enjoy making inari-zushi back your home!