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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.
These burgers are part of the fortieth anniversary celebration of Japanese burger chain Lotteria. The first is the “Super Cheese Day” which sounds a bit like Super Tuesday in Japanese, so it will only be available on Tuesday October 16th and 23rd. The second is a shrimp burger called “Super Fryday” that will only be sold on Friday October 19th and 26th. So, if you’re super hungry, can unhinge your jaw like a snake, and have ¥860-¥1,360 ($11-$17) then these are the burgers for you.
Japanese ad agency I&SBBDO created sushi with elegant “designer nori” laser-cut seaweed patterns. Jeannie Huang writes:
Each pattern is meant to symbolize good fortune, happiness, and longevity, etc. and the result is a delicate, unexpected reinvention of the classic Japanese food with a modern twist. The patterns are crisp, and when incorporated into the rolls, they create a sharp contrast between the dark seaweed and the white grains of rice within. They’ve entered (and won) a number of ad/design contests for this phenomenal work