I fall easily for beautiful food images, so it’s no surprise these beautiful mosaic sushi arrangements caught my eye right away. Japan’s love affair with fun and creative food arrangements has no bounds, Bento boxes exits for a reason. Thanks to new technologies and social media, artistic foodies now have places to show off their talents on the internet – on Instagram and Pinterest specially. Most food ranging from blocks of rice to fish and vegetable are presented as colorful contrasting tiles. Everyone’s favorite seems to be the mosaic sushi with Hello Kitty characters.
If you are a fan of Japanese food these drool worthy images are just the thing for you. On the image below tuna squares, bright yellow eggs, pink salmon and cucumber sits on a bed of rice decorated with caviar, oranges and edible flower petals. All bite-size squares arranged neatly like mosaic tiles. Created by Tastemade Japan.
This beautiful creation is from Natsuki. Feature colorful squares of eggs, cucumber, salmon, tuna and crabs. This too is garnished with caviar, edible flowers and pickled radishes.
In every sense of the word this is “extremely kawaii.” Sure to be a hit with kids (and with some adults!). Full of Hello Kitty characters. Japanese staples eggs, seafood decorated with children’s favorites like star-shaped crackers. A creation of Little Miss Bento.
According to Azuki Omoshi san’s Instagram description (Google translated from Japanese to English) mother-in-law wanted to try her hand on mosaic sushi. Lucky to have in-laws who want to kill you with love, kindness and food.
Beautiful traditional Japanese table setting. Apparently this is con418’s birthday dinner.
In chinamisakamoto words “Today, I made pressed sushi looking like a cake with a colorful decoration. We enjoy the picking up a little box of tile sushi.” So, there it is, her mosaic sushi garnished with usual caviar and edible flowers and leaves. She also used seaweeds to bundle some okra.
For more beautiful creations check Instagram hashtag mosaicsushi.
Source: My Modern Met