They say food is art, but Sushi Art takes the concept to a WHOLE new level. Many expert sushi connoisseurs already consider sushi an art form but these reinterpretations of rice stuffed seaweed paper rolls take it to a whole new level. Best of all? They’re all completely edible!
For those interested, creating Sushi Art involves rolling and packing the rolls in a way that, once cut, will reveal the image inside the roll. While they look impossible to recreate, many are completely doable in your own kitchen. Here are 22 of our favorites!
This was the first Sushi Art I found and I fell in love! Although I may be biased because owls are one of my favorites.
This classic looking Panda sushi art is one of my favorites.
Perfect for Halloween, these ghosts are far from spooky.
The gang is all here with Pooh, Piglet, Eyore and Tigger too.
The detail in this dragon sushi art is so impressive! It’s hard to imagine the preplanning it took.
How cute are these little Donald ducks?
Minions are still a huge favorite in our house.
When you’re missing sushi and the islands…
These teddy bears are so on point! Who wouldn’t love finding these in their lunch box?
Russian dolls give new meaning to playing with your food.
Toy Story Aliens – Little Green Men
All of the Toy Story lovers should recognize these guys right away.
Awe, these little snails are so cute.
These flowers are very Japanese cherry blossom inspired and almost too pretty to eat.
C’mon, of course we had to include Sushi Art that looks like a globe!
The number of designs artist can create with their sushi is almost limitless.
How awesome is this iPhone inspired sushi art?!
These owls show how bright and colorful the sushi rolls can become.
These Yokai were actually created in a kids sushi art making class, so fun.
Because Frozen will never, ever, ever stop being popular.
Sushi is acceptable for Easter too right? Because these chicks would fit right in.
Mickey, Mini, Pluto, Daisy and Donald are simply adorable as sushi art.
2 thoughts on “Try your hand at these 22 amazingly creative examples of Sushi Art”
Nice work! I like to make it for my son’s packed lunch. I am not a fan of sushi but they are so adorable.
These are so cute! I am not a big fan of sushi but these are really adorable, perfect for packed lunch for kids.