15 oishii




  • Harrison 7y

    Nicely Done!
  • Teik Joon 德俊 7y

    The great thing is that the chopstick could be made functional with enough superglue :D
  • Sibley! 7y

    Looks good enough to eat! I think if I was doing it I would have tried to make the surface of the rice from 1x1 rounds, but that doesn't mean this isn't very good.
  • monsterbrick 7y

    can you paint with all the colors of the brick....? big daddy can!
  • Andrew Becraft 7y

    The ebi and ikura jump out as being my favorite pieces, but the SNOT on the maki is great too.
  • Matt DeWolfe 7y

    fantabulous, someone should start a lego food group!
  • Ch!c v!dA 7y

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  • Mona N. 7y

    the details are phenomenal. i can't stop looking at them.
  • casey 7y

  • Raquel´ 7y

    Awesome idea. :)
  • D o u b l e _ G 7y

    Nice !
  • cherry bee 7y

    so Great work! so Great wasabi!
  • legominha 6y

    Trés bien! Delicious legos.
    But you forgot the soyuri and the ginger ;-)
  • Jasmine Labna 5y

    Terrific! I love it!
  • missnatch 5y

    OH my!!!! Love LEGO, Love Sushi.... LEGO SUSHI??? Perfect!!
  • Lele Saa 5y

    you have made the wasabi!!!
  • guillermo cubillos 5y

    love the wasabi too... man this is so clever
  • Powerofmaking 4y

    Dear "Big Daddy" Nelson
    We would like to contact you from the V&A museum in London
    re possibility of showing your fantastic Lego Sushi in an exhibition
    if you think this is possible
    please contact us or send us a contact on to
    thank you
    from the Power of Making
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