by Inigo del Castillo in New Food and Packaging on Wednesday 4 June 2014

You know what they say, ‘Better start those sushi chefs young!’ Or so I think that’s how it goes. Japanese design firm ‘plaplax’ created this 45-piece wooden tsumiki-sushi set, composed of ‘shari’, referring to rice, and ‘neta’, which means ‘fish’. Kids on the road to sushi stardom will have a fun time learning the craft by combining the many colorful blocks into different recipes. Not included in the set: customers who overdo the soy sauce.

You can purchase the limited edition sushi set for 7,400 yen (around $72.)

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