Tokyo-based sushi chef Tama-chan creates works of art with rolls of sushi. By arranging the rice (which is often colored) and other ingredients inside the seaweed exterior, he is able to create images which are exposed when he slices the roll. He has re-created famous works of art like Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and other fun things like cats, flowers, skulls, and, even a baby in the womb. You can see more of his sushi art at his blog Sushi smile of Tama-chan.
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