Talk about talented: A Japanese sushi chef who goes by the name “Tama-Chan” creates sushi rolls that are pure works of art.
He recreates classical pieces of art, like Edvard Munch’s The Scream or Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, with pieces of sushi, and just to make it even more amazing, “Tama” puts all of the relevant ingredients together with the idea that once the sushi is assembled and then cut into rolls, then (and only then) will the cross-section resemble said pieces of art.
Is your mind blown, yet? Talk about a pretty detailed imagination.
Tama has started teaching classes in Tokyo’s Omotesando neighborhood too. So, if you’re ever in town, go check him out!
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These sushi tanks were created at Kurisakiya restaurant in Ōarai, Ibaraki, Japan in recognition of Japanese anime and manga series Girls und Panzer:
“The military girls anime is set in the town of Oarai in Ibaraki Prefecture, which is where Kurisakiya is located. Thus, tank sushi! Girls und Panzer< features real Oarai locations, and that helps create local tourism: Anime fans often like visiting real-world locales featured in their favorite cartoons."
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Mister Donut makes all sorts of tasty, cream-filled treats, but in Thailand they look a bit different. You can buy boxes of Sushi Donuts that look like ebi, tamago, maguro and salmon, with frosting instead of fish. This would likely be a version of sushi that anyone would be happy to eat.
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With this Shark Sushi Plate, Avigayil of Avi Ceramics has made it possible to eat sushi while imagining that it’s being regurgitated by a great white. If that didn’t ruin it for you, you can order one of your own by possessing $70 and following the instructions here.
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You may not know what the hell a Roland TB-303 synth is or how to use it, but if you know how to eat, you already have the necessary skills to master this sushi version. There’s no details about its origin, ingredients or purpose – all we know is that it mysteriously popped up on Ableton Live School’s Facebook page.