BREAKING NEWS: AkihabaraNews Embraces Sushi Socks Economics
Fishy Footwear: How the News Makes Money!
These days, pretty much every news site from the super huge to the medium to the tiny is either incorporating and/or switching to some kind of e-commerce or sales affiliate model to keep themselves afloat, or they're sinking. The times they have-a-changed.
While AkihabaraNews is no different, we are afforded the geektastic luxury of slinging sushi socks for our friends at Tokyo Otaku Mode - which is way better than slinging Farmville or boner pills or linkbait A, B, or C, right? Absolutely right - these are high-quality products made right here in Japan of...high-quality sock parts!
So hey, if you need some sushi socks, or don’t need but just want, or think it would be a good idea to send 2-4 pairs to aunt Sally in St. Louis or uncle Benoît in Aix-en-Provence, click on through and TOM via AKI will hook you up post-haste.
Volume 1: The Original Sushi Socks
TOM’s product description:
“Fun to look at and fun to wear! These Sushi Socks look just like delicious sushi when rolled up. Your sock drawer will never be the same! They are also comfortable and durable. The sushi detail is knitted into the sock with colored thread instead of being printed. Seven versions are available: Masuzushi (trout sushi), Shrimp, Octopus, Red Caviar, Tuna, Salmon, and Egg. These Sushi Socks made in Toyama, Japan make a great gift for fans of Japanese cuisine!”
- Variations: Masuzushi, Shrimp, Octopus, Red Caviar, Tuna, Salmon, Egg
- Units: One pair/package
- Available: Now
- Price: $5.39
- Made in: Japan
- ORDER NOW FROM TOKYO OTAKU MODE