World's Largest Sushi Roll on a Restaurant Menu



No, this isn't just a roll that a chef made to get into the record books. You can actually order this five kilogram roll at the Umewaka Restaurant in Anjo City, Japan. You'll have to place your order two days in advance and pay ¥15,000 ($197 USD), but at least you'll walk away full.

Link -via Bit Rebels | Photo: Oddity Central

Previously:
Ridiculously Large Sushi in Japan
World's Largest Sushi Arrangement

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$200 is about what a party of 4-6 people will typically spend on sushi, and this seems like a lot more food.

On the other hand the giant roll looks kind of stupid.
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Lester while you are over there weeping into your sushi-bites I will be at the next table enjoying ten pounds of pure awesome.
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So impractical. How are you going to eat that without making a mess? Let alone in a single bite. How are you going to dip that in your soy sauce and wasabe? It just seems like a waste.
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