Today We Want: SUSHI SUITCASE COVERS
And We Can Have Them!
Looking in from without, the Japanese sense of humor is...an acquired taste. Like the language and culture, it's often highly contextual and quite literally can't be understood until you know what seems like 200-300 inside jokes. But, there's one area where Japanese humor really shines for any audience: When Japan goes all meta on itself.
It's not a self-deprecating humor, per-se, but even the most revered aspects of Japanese culture can be jabbed and poked at for laughs. Food, particularly that which is unique to Japanese culture, is truly honored and considered essential and fundamental to the Japanese character - but it's not off limits.
Which is why, if you want to travel with a giant piece of sushi, Tokyo Otaku Mode has you covered:
Sushi Suitcase Covers
TOM’s product description:
“Most airlines and other transportation services make a point of taking really good care of your bags, but sometimes they do get left outside in the rain, or those conveyor belts at the airport can sometimes leave your bag a little bit dusty or scuffed. If you love your luggage, you might want to invest in some kind of cover to help keep it nice and dry as well as helping to avoid damage from dirt and scratches. What better way to protect your baggage than by cleverly disguising it as an oversized piece of sushi! Available in four different versions each featuring one of your favourite pieces of nigiri sushi––including tuna, salmon, shrimp, or egg––these amusing covers will both make your luggage easier to spot and help keep it clean and dry. Of course, there’s always the chance your luggage could be mistaken for lunch by a hungry giant, but with such an awesome spectacle would you really mind?”
- Sushi Options: Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Egg
- Units: One Cover/Package
- Size: Approximately 425 x 300 x 640 mm / 16.7 x 11.8 x 25.2 in
- Material: 100% Polyester
- Available: Now
- Price: $29.99
- Product Link: Sushi Suitcase Covers