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Confession: I have a sushi obsession. So I started this blog. Showing the aesthetics of sushi and related things that interest me. Let's call it research.

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    Sushi on the block"Sushi Poster" by Randall Imai

    Sushi on the block
    "Sushi Poster" by Randall Imai

    (Source: flickr.com)

    — 3 weeks ago with 1 note
    #sushi  #poster  #Illustration  #Randall Imai 
    Sushi LingoLearn every word you need to know to pretend you are a sushi expert.

    Sushi Lingo
    Learn every word you need to know to pretend you are a sushi expert.

    (Source: sg.sushiandsake.net)

    — 3 weeks ago with 14 notes
    #sushi  #infographic 
    Sushi FunIllustration by Carolyn Gavin

    Sushi Fun
    Illustration by Carolyn Gavin

    (Source: designerjots.squarespace.com)

    — 1 month ago with 8 notes
    #sushi  #Illustration  #fun 
    Stitched SushiA bowl of rice in stitches.

    Stitched Sushi
    A bowl of rice in stitches.

    (Source: pinterest.com)

    — 1 month ago with 5 notes
    #Illustration  #sushi  #rice  #cross stich 
    Kids can pick things up…So easily. Colds. Viruses. Japanese. Lovely poster for the museum of Childhood.

    Kids can pick things up…
    So easily. Colds. Viruses. Japanese. Lovely poster for the museum of Childhood.

    (Source: pinterest.com)

    — 1 month ago with 3 notes
    #design  #museum of childhood  #poster  #sushi  #illustration 
    Pink Sushivia Margot Koukim on Pinterest

    Pink Sushi
    via Margot Koukim on Pinterest

    (Source: pinterest.com)

    — 1 month ago with 2 notes
    #sushi  #Illustration  #pinterest 
    Chopstick Delight Chopsticks can make your food taste better. But how can you improve on, or reinvent, something that’s been around for so long? That’s a challenge the designers at Nendo took on.
“Chopsticks ordinarily come in pairs,” explains Oki Sato from Nendo, “but the rassen chopsticks are a single unit. They’re separated into two for eating, then rejoined into one form when not in use.”

    Chopstick Delight
    Chopsticks can make your food taste better. But how can you improve on, or reinvent, something that’s been around for so long? That’s a challenge the designers at Nendo took on.

    “Chopsticks ordinarily come in pairs,” explains Oki Sato from Nendo, “but the rassen chopsticks are a single unit. They’re separated into two for eating, then rejoined into one form when not in use.”

    (Source: spoon-tamago.com)

    — 3 months ago with 1 note
    #chopstiks  #Nendo  #sushi  #Japan  #food 

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    Sushi pixels
    Lovely little sushi animations

    — 5 months ago with 15 notes
    #sushi  #illustration  #sushi pixels  #GIF 
    Sushi bricks
KuroMaguro (Bluefin tuna) and Sushi by LEGO DOU Moko on Flickr.via legoexpress

    Sushi bricks

    KuroMaguro (Bluefin tuna) and Sushi by LEGO DOU Moko on Flickr.
    via legoexpress

    — 5 months ago with 51 notes
    #sushi  #lego  #tuna  #nigiri 
    The art of MakizushiTokyo based illustrator Takayo Kiyota uses sushi rolls as her canvas. More Makizushi art here

    The art of Makizushi
    Tokyo based illustrator Takayo Kiyota uses sushi rolls as her canvas. More Makizushi art here

    — 7 months ago with 10 notes
    #sushi  #art  #food art 
    Rice is nice
Graphic by toshiki koyanagivia new-pome

    Rice is nice

    Graphic by toshiki koyanagi
    via new-pome

    — 7 months ago with 16181 notes
    #food  #rice  #sushi  #graphic 
    What the Japanese know about cooking"In 2008, British food writer Michael Booth embarked on a journey deep into the heart of Japanese food culture. The outcome of his three-month sojourn, a memoir titled “Sushi & Beyond,” follows Booth and his young family from Hokkaido to Kyushu as they seek out gastronomic experiences that range from the sublime (dinner at Mibu, the cultish supper club in Ginza frequented by top chefs from around the world) to the bizarre (a meal featuring whale penis, followed by whale ice cream)…."

    What the Japanese know about cooking

    "In 2008, British food writer Michael Booth embarked on a journey deep into the heart of Japanese food culture. The outcome of his three-month sojourn, a memoir titled “Sushi & Beyond,” follows Booth and his young family from Hokkaido to Kyushu as they seek out gastronomic experiences that range from the sublime (dinner at Mibu, the cultish supper club in Ginza frequented by top chefs from around the world) to the bizarre (a meal featuring whale penis, followed by whale ice cream)…."

    (Source: japantimes.co.jp)

    — 7 months ago with 1 note
    #sushi  #japanese cooking  #books 

    The future sushi chef
    Envisioned by designer Chris Liu. The traditional art of sushi making combined with the possibilities of modern technology. More about this project on Chris Liu’s website or see how it works in this video

    Imagine!

    — 8 months ago with 2 notes
    #art  #design  #sushi  #technology 

    The adventures of the Sushi Cat
    A magical combination

    (Source: nekozushi.com)

    — 8 months ago with 2 notes
    #sushi  #cat  #video