style=”text-align: justify;”>Bored with the identical previous boring baggage? Why not flip it into sushi? You’re in luck, since Japanese firm Parco is releasing a brand new line of sushi baggage covers. Fabricated from nylon, they match over a suitcase (supplied it’s not too massive) and turns it into one in all three new flavors. The three flavors on supply this 12 months are taco (octopus), ikura (salmon roe), and saba (mackerel). The covers have been out there since June fifth on the Parco malls in Shibuya and Fukuoka, in addition to at Narita Worldwide Airport.
style=”text-align: justify;”>The extra joke right here is that, with sufficient coated suitcases, the airport baggage claiming space appears to be like like a sushi conveyor. And there are lots of sushi eating places in Japan that ship meals through conveyor belt. These locations are actually neat: you don’t have to order, the meals reaches your desk by itself, and the invoice is counted by tallying the variety of sushi plates in your desk.
style=”text-align: justify;”>I’m saying that I miss Japan.