These Towels Look Just Like Norimaki Sushi Rolls

27.May.2018 | FASHION / FOOD

geodesign are a design team known for their amusing creations. They have just put out their new Super Norimaki Towel which is a rolled towel that looks just like norimaki. It’s available online at Village Vanguard.

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They’re made to look just like the norimaki you’d find at the supermarket from the gold and black colours to the packaging.

 

There are five types to choose from.

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Super Norimaki Towel (Thick Roll)

Super Tamago Maki Towel (Thick Roll)

 

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Super Norimaki Towel (Tuna Sushi Roll)

Super Norimaki Towel (Cucumber Roll)

Super Norimaki Towel (Natto Roll)

 

Beat the summer heat with one of these fun towels!

 

■Information

Super Norimaki Towel
https://vvstore.jp/feature/detail/3841/?utm_source=press

 

Village Vanguard Online
http://vvstore.jp/?utm_source=press

 

Super Norimaki Towel (Thick Roll)

Price: ¥918 (Tax-Included)

 

Super Tamago Maki Towel (Thick Roll)

Price: ¥918 (Tax-Included)

 

Super Norimaki Towel (Tuna Sushi Roll)

Price: ¥702 (Tax-Included)

 

Super Norimaki Towel (Cucumber Roll)

Price: ¥702 (Tax-Included)

 

Super Norimaki Towel (Natto Roll)

Price: ¥702 (Tax-Included)

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