Sushi Restaurant in Japan Offers Gigantic Sushi Rolls

Posted on September 3, 2011

A sushi restaurant in Aichi prefecture in Japan has made a name for itself offering over-sized sushi rolls. And they’re freakin’ huge.

The “mega sushi roll’ features 20 foods all wrapped up in about two meters worth of seaweed and rice.

In order to get one of these bad boys, you must make a reservation about two days in advance. It also costs 15,000 yen, or just under $200.

If you’d rather not partake in super sushi, the same price will get you a giant set of nigiri sushi coupled with a super tiny set.

Go big or go home, I say. These large sushis seem ideal for large groups of people, though I can imagine someone out there is clamoring to eat an entire one all by their lonesome.


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