Whether they’re vintage Jordans, Kyrie2s or Hardens, the onigiri footwear is perfect for dunking in soy sauce. There’s also Vans and running shoes, if you need sushi to go. Check out more onigiri art here.
You’ve probably seen sushi delivered via conveyor belt… but that’s too damn slow. Enter, Bullet Train Sushi by Magic Touch.
The Cerrito, California-based sushi restaurant figures that you don’t have time for your sushi-of-choice to slowly roll by. Instead, the patron orders what they want via iPad kiosk, and their train pulls into the station with the raw fish and rice cargo. See it in action below.
Norigami is here to change all of that, by bringing us the sushi-hybrid that we didn’t know we needed until this very moment. The seaweed ‘roll’ has been converted to taco shell-form with sushi components packed to the rim — as if it were from a legit taco stand.
If you only knew the power of the dark soy. Star Wars Soy Sauce Dishes are the perfect way to geek out on sushi night.
Dip your makis in the head of Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, C-3PO and R2-D2. Wield your chopsticks like a lightsaber and really get into it. Check them out here.
A few of Japan’s favorite things, Kit Kat and sushi, are together at last.
Kit Kat Sushi is being brought to us by Japan’s first stand-alone Kit-Kat retail store. The mix of Japanese culture is modeled after pieces of traditional sushi and comes in three varieties — Maguro (raspberry-flavor Kit Kats on puffed rice), Uni (Hokkaido melon and mascarpone cheese flavored Kit Kats wrapped in seaweed), and Tamago (pumpkin pudding-flavored and wrapped with seaweed).
The new storefront will open in Tokyo Ginza between February 2 and February 4. Break me off a piece of that sushi bar.