Sushi Clock

Are you a sushi lover?  If yes, then I am sure you are going to love this sushi clock from It is a popular clock in many Japanese restaurants throughout Japan.  Not only do they tell the time, they also represent the scrumptious fare diners will find on the menu inside the restaurant.  Each hour is represented by a different sushi item.  You will see Unagi (fresh water eel), Awabi (abalone), Ebi (shrimp), Tako (octopus), Saba (mackerel), Ikura (salmon roe), Anago (conger eel), Tamago (egg), Akagai (ark shell), Ika (squid), Maguro (tuna), and Kappa Maki & Tekka Maki (cucumber & tuna roll).  The sushi clock is the actual size of a lacquer sushi tray.