Today in things that we did not know were a thing: giant, giant sushi.

Tablelog

These are not “sustainable food,” to say the least. The world’s craze for sushi is contributing to overfishing, and this is just taking that indulgence to a whole other level. It’s like a cannibalistic monster sushi that eats all the other sushi and then you eat it.

Kotaku
Chopsticks for perspective.

Apparently there’s one restaurant, Umewaka, that’s mostly responsible for this. They’ve got sushi that uses filets instead of slices (for the low price of $33). The monster sushi roll costs $190 and weighs about 13 pounds.

Inventor Spot

There’s also make-at-home gigantic lobster sushi:

Pimp That Snack

And this is the world’s biggest sushi roll.

Have a sushi craving now? Well TOO BAD. There’s no more sushi left because the sushi ate it.