Sushi chefs in China recently created the world's largest sushi mosaic at the Norweigan pavilion at the Shanghai Expo. The mosaic took over 8,000 pieces of sushi to create and shows an image of the Chinese and Norwegian flags intertwined.
The world's largest sushi mosaic was created in part to help smooth over recently tense relations between Norway and China. The mosaic itself looks amazing and is sure to make your stomach growl. Check out the time lapse video above to see just how this impressive sushi creation came to be.
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The World's Largest Sushi Mosaic Contains More than 8,000 Pieces of Sushi
- By: Michael HinesOct 22, 2010