Sushi Memo Blocks Provide Literal Food for Thought

 - Apr 5, 2011
References: matomeno & ohgizmo
The delicious Japanese finger food (perhaps more polite with chopsticks?) has become quite the visual icon outside of the realm of edibles, and these Sushi Memo Blocks exist as an example of this flavorful phenomenon.

Simple in form, nigri is composed of a small and elongated bed or white rice, topped with a delicious slice of seafood. These particular scratch pads deviate little from the established Post-Its form of narrow page marking sticky notes, but use that very shape of stacked small papers to replicate the scrumptious snack.

Featuring raw fish-like salmon, tuna and fatty tuna, as well as a tamago egg topping wrapped in a seaweed strip, these Sushi Memo Blocks are complete with a bottom half of white sheets to mimic the bed of grains.