Using rice and seaweed as his medium, sushi chef Tama-chan rolls up beautiful illustrations. Keep in mind that the patterns must be carried all the way through the sushi roll and fully-realized before they’re rolled and sliced. Awesome work.
Sure, regular sushi is great. But you can’t mount a decent offensive at the sushi bar with a California roll. The Sushi Tank was created by restaurant Kurisakiya in honor of Japanese anime Girls und Panzer.
Order an entire fleet of Sushi Tanks and completely wipe out the California roll-eaters at the next table.
If you were looking for the definitive instructional video on how to properly use chopsticks, then look no further. At least The Japanese Tradition is somewhat educational for the first few minutes — until the video takes a bizarre turn and starts following standard Japanese protocol, i.e. bat-shit-craziness. Please enjoy.
The best way to advertise for a particular product… Replace all of that boring and time-consuming copy with the item that you’re trying to push. That’s exactly what a Japanese newspaper did, using meticulously dissected and placed orange parts to tell the story — probably about oranges.
The ad is specifically for Mikan Oranges, Japan’s most popular version of the fruit, and was made to help reinforce the product’s availability. Assuming that there were some oranges left afterwards.