Sushi Art. One of the most fun blogs I've ever read!Try this with you rkids.

Playing with Your Food: Sushi Art

Sushi Art. One of the most fun blogs I've ever read!Try this with you rkids.

Sushi Art – The creative maki sushi of Tama-chan!  http://guyism.com/lifestyle/food/sushi-chef-paints-pictures-rolls.html

Sushi Art – The creative maki sushi of Tama-chan!

Eating sushi that's shaped like a fish is so meta.

Carp Sushi

Eating sushi that's shaped like a fish is so meta. Using cauli-rice in place of rice makes it low carb!

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Sushi Flower - Arrange California rolls in flower shape, use salmon or caviar as center.

❥ Shaped Sushi ❥ Prepare your couple a Sushi on this VDay...  http://1502983.talkfusion.com/product/connect/

Valentine's day idea - Beautiful, romantic, and tasty! Heart-shaped Sushi (Spicy tuna with crunch roll wrapped in fresh tuna)

Incredibly Cute Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine - Panda Sushi

Incredibly Cute Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine

Funny pictures about Ridiculously Eye-Catching Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine. Oh, and cool pics about Ridiculously Eye-Catching Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine. Also, Ridiculously Eye-Catching Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine photos.

I like the picture. There isn't anything I don't like. Maybe use a different piece of sushi.

The adorable illustrations by Chow Hon Lam

Cute Sleeping Fox & Rabbit Rice Balls! I wouldn't be able to eat this though, it's too cute!

Fox can sleep anytime he want to.so does rabbit🐰😄 เป็นจิ้งจอก…

Sushi penguins... Check the rest of the post out for pandas in curry, a marshmallow cat and many more insanely brilliant things

Incredibly Cute Meals Inspired By Japanese Cuisine

funny food - lustiges essen für gross und klein creativ zubereitet

These little penguin rice balls are simply too cute for words!

japanese breakfast | [by Travel Associates on Flickr]

In Japanese food terminology, the word “sushi’ actually refers to vinegar rice, and not fish, while the word “sashimi” means pierced flesh.

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