Woodblock Sushi Set for Kids.
The wooden sushi set for kids was originally created by Japanese design firm plaplax for a kid-friendly exhibition last year, but you can now buy your very own “tsumiki sushi”.
In sushi terminology, shari refers to the rice while neta means fish, or whatever else you have as a topping. Start your child off early learning the basics of sushi, while allowing them to create colorful combinations with the wooden tsumiki-sushi set (7,400 yen).
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