Experience What It’s Like To Ride On An Extreme Sushi Conveyor Belt


If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a piece of sushi riding on a conveyor belt — it’s OK, you’re amongst friends — now’s your chance to actually experience it.

Ultra Sushi-Go-Round, developed for the Oculus Rift, gives the viewer the full sushi ride experience. And, if you’re concerned that a slow ride around a sushi restaurant could be a bit boring, things get exciting and spiral out of control pretty fast. Literally.

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How To Make Your Own Candy Sushi


If you’d like a sophisticated new way to ingest candy, you might consider making it in sushi form.

Candy Sushi is brought to us by Lee Manne, owner of Stieber’s Sweet Shoppe in NYC. Sticky rice is replaced with Rice Krispies Treats, while Swedish Fish stand in for the raw stuff. Check out how to make your own here.






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Sushi Towels Are A Delicious Way To Dry Stuff Off


Recently, we were all teased with the concept of sushi-inspired towels. Now, there’s Sushi Towels that are very real and ready to dry off your finest goods.

Brought to us by Japan Trend Shop, the three rolls are made to resemble norimaki (sushi roll with seaweed). The towels are even packaged in a bamboo case to help carry the sushi theme.



Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise Sushi Set Boldly Goes Where No Raw Fish Has Gone Before


Live long and prosper, sushi-eater. The Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set is here to help you geek-out on sushi night.

The set includes a wood sushi plate, with a set of warp-trail chopsticks, and the main cabin of the Enterprise acting as a soy sauce bowl. Beam up some sticky rice and warp that sushi right into your pie-hole.



Sushi Towels Are The Best Way To Dry Off


If you’re in need of the yummiest-looking and most stylish way to dry stuff off, look no further than Sushi Towels.

Whether you’re in the mood for a tuna roll, or want to wipe off the dishes with a Tamago, there’s a handy guide that lets you know how to create each.

Sushi Towels are currently a concept by industrial designer, Jenny Pokryvailo, that’s been submitted to OTOTO. So, hopefully they’ll be a beautiful and absorbent reality soon.