Although the gelato isn’t tuna or mackerel-flavored — the fruit and Oreo gelato is formed into various maki and sashimi shapes. See how it’s done below.
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What’s cuddlier than sushi? Judging by these giant plushies, the answer is ‘nothing.’
Puni Puni Sushi are super-huggable, soft, and over-sized. They’re available in a variety of styles — including Tamago, Salmon, Onigiri and Ikura.
The Sushi Plushies are currently a Kickstarter project. You can go here to make all of your sushi dreams come true.
The Sky Party Sushi Big Ferris Wheel has everything a kid would need to create a sushi meal. The sushi will then wait its turn, hop aboard the next available cart, and then ride mind-numbingly slow until it’s ready to be eaten.
When the sushi’s ride is over, a ramp will capture and deliver the sushi to the table. So, it’s a ferris wheel and roller coaster hybrid, and now I’m even more confused.
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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.