I love sushi. Not only does it taste good, it’s actually one of the more healthy things you can put in your body. I really should eat more of the stuff. But I have a thing about only eating it when it’s freshly made in a restaurant.
The Roland TB-303 bass sequencer is one of electronic music’s founding fathers, which had its heyday in the early 1980s, and later became the backbeat to just about every piece of house and rave music ever recorded, and is still popular with musicians today.
Scarves are meant to be worn so you can keep your neck warm and comfy when the elements are being particularly harsh. But aside from their functional purposes, they’re also great for making fashion statements whenever you want to.
Every time I go to a Japanese restaurant, I stare in awe at the knife and food assembly skills of the sushi chefs. I can’t imagine making such perfect sushi myself, unless I could afford a sushi robot of my own.
I love a good hand-rolled sushi roll as much as the next person, but I can only imagine that making hundreds of rolls of sushi every hour can be an exhausting and difficult experience for the chefs behind the sushi bar.
Sushi chef Okitsugu Kado is an avid practitioner of Mukimono – carving fruit and vegetables into attractive shapes for use as decorative garnishing. He’s also a Star Wars fan and is a member of a Japanese Star Wars fan club.
Sushi loving iPhone 4 owners rejoice! Strapya has just the thing for you:
No, this is no mere prank. As Digital Gadgets Freak assures us (by way of Google Translate), “the gully is real.” The gully is real folks.
We’ve featured some fun bento box creations on the site over the years, but they’re clearly the works of master food artisans with tons of time on their hands. Now thanks to this new gizmo from Japan, you can make your own funny lunches without any such skills.
Compared to all the other Japanese gadgets we’ve seen, the Sushi Train Restaurant and Game is only mildly Japanese – i.e. not so weird. It’s a literal take on the popular conveyor belt sushi restaurants, which are also known as – wait for it – sushi trains.
Too bad this Lego sushi is inedible, because it looks oddly delicious! I love the wasabi- that’s got to be a specialty color.
I must be in serious need of a snack because I actually drooled a little bit when I saw these pictures.