In what can only be described as a breakthrough in suitcase covers, someone has designed a series of covers that protect your suitcase from grime and water while also creating giant replicas of common sushi. It’ll make your suitcase immediately recognizable, while also reminding you how much you missed sushi while traveling.
An extra bonus of the nylon sushi covers: if enough people start using them, the baggage claim area at airports will turn into one gigantic kaiten-zushi, the conveyor belt sushi shops where people pick and choose the sushi as it moves by in front of them. Now wouldn’t that be a sight!
The sushi suitcase covers, which come in tamago, ebi, sake and salmon, will each retail for 2,800 yen. They’ll be sold exclusively at OMISE PARCO, Parco department store’s 1st outpost that just opened in Narita Airport 2 months ago.
The suitcase cover may sound odd in the West, but it’s actually quite common in Japan where cleanliness, even for suitcases, is of the utmost importance.
thanks for the tip naho