Sushi-Themed Christmas Gift Guide

November 22, 2014

I'm sure you already know that there are loads of fantastic sushi themed gifts available at SushiSushi, including sushi hampers, curry, tea and ramen kits, and of course, lots of fantastic Japanese sweets and snacks hampers! However, we're happy to give you even more sushi themed ideas from independent shops around the net, because if you're a true sushi obsessive, i'm sure you'd appreciate some sushi socks...

So here's our top 10 sushi themed gifts for the Japanese food lover, including our best sellers from SushiSushi - you can't go wrong with these fabulous gifts!

1. SushiSlippers by Sushi Booties


Image and the SushiSlippers name copyright Sushi Booties.


2. The XL Japanese Sweets and Snacks Hamper by SushiSushi



3. Set of 3 Sushi Shaped Soap Bars by Soapopotamus


Image via Soapopotamus

Around £6.50

4. Sushi Candle Gift Set by Double Brush

Image via Double Brush

Around £11.75

5. The 'Nagano' Sushi Making Kit


6. Handmade Sushi Rings by Bleuet Brand


Image via Bleuet Brand

£8 Each

7. Kid's Sushi Hair Clip by Giddy Up & Grow


Image via Giddy Up & Grow

Around £9.10

8. Felt Food Sushi Playset by Creation by M


Image via Creations by M

Around £16.30

9. Sushi Plush / Pillow by Wong Corporation

Image via Wong Corporation

Around £8.50

10. Sushi Mac Book Pro Case by Made by Julie


Image via Made by Julie

Around £26.20

So that's your Christmas shopping sorted right? Sushi gifts for kids, tech lovers and more! 

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