If only we lived in Tsukiji…
Japan’s robotics industry is freaking us out with this new sushi-bot. Is it the harbinger of an impending robopocalypse or merely a futuristic way to enjoy lunch? You be the judge!
It seems that sushi isn’t just delicious anymore — creative types online have transformed this classic staple of Japanese cuisine into Instagram-ready art!
The beloved Japanese food sushi is often thought to be dauntingly difficult to make, so can one of our reporters figure it out with a little help from the pros?
Apparently the loveable creatures can be found in the mountains of China, zoos, and this couple’s refrigerator.
Bring the crazy spirit of Harajuku fashion culture to your wardrobe by adding a giant slice of raw fish to your outfit.
Sapporo’s Nagoyaka-tei takes full responsibility for these (literally) over the top roe-lover’s rolls.
Instagram food artists show off their multicolored, mouth-watering creations.
Why should there be only one No Diet Day? Check out 10 restaurants perfect for 10 more days of gluttony!
At this point, we’re not even sure we can even call it “bite-size!”
Why choose between two delicious things when you can smash them together instead?
They’re not called “mountain-sized servings” for nothing.
How do you think this group will react to the taste of one of Japan’s favorite sushi delicacies?
When thinking of sushi, most people also think of the sea, but the signature item at this restaurant is a mountain-like bowl of delicious tuna.
If you sliced the fish small enough, you could actually use this like a tiny version of the real thing.
Master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada shows us why he’s a cut above the rest.
There’s more than just the adorable cat dressed as a sushi chef that makes this kit unique.
But are you willing to swap your white rice for brown rice?
Rice balls and sushi pieces have never looked more adorable!
Ehomaki “lucky sushi rolls” are a big part of Setsubun—the changing of the seasons festival. So big, in fact, that some convenience stores appear to be losing their minds in an effort to sell more rolls than the competition.