These Sushi Backpacks Resemble the Iconic Seafood Dish

By: Joey Haar - Jul 5, 2016
References: item.rakuten.co.jp & incrediblethings
Get all the joy of carrying sushi with you wherever you go -- without any of the smell -- by wearing these sushi backpacks from Japanese apparel and design company Turn Over. Since sushi is conveniently back-shaped (when enlarged a few dozen times, at least), the sushi backpacks are comfortable and voluminous vessels for back-to-school shoppers whose children have advanced palettes.

Turn Over's sushi backpacks come in three options: salmon, shrimp, and tamago (cooked egg). In each, the "rice" portion of the backpack holds the wearer's wares. The bags feature slots for phones or iPods within and a pocket for a water bottle without. Measuring in at 26 centimeters wide, 36 centimeters tall, and 12 centimeters deep (not including the "fish"), they are sure to provide ample space.