The Art of Sushi in Chocolate

Unique cookie confections designed to resemble popular sushi pieces.


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Suedy's Kooki Sushi® takes the centuries-old art of sushi and applies it to chocolate. Extremely detailed and realistic, these cookie and chocolate creations are designed to look like popular sushi dishes and other traditional Japanese designs such as a Lucky Cat and a sake cup.

The "sushi" can be ordered as individual pieces served on edible plates or as a collection of pieces in beautiful

 
 Traditional Lucky Cat made of solid Belgian chocolate.
traditional Bento or Washi boxes. As is typical with Japanese art, each piece is handmade, but using premium chocolate, crispy rice cookies and candies instead of seaweed, rice and fish. Each component of these creations has a distinct and exotic flavor such as green tea, piña colada, lemon and caramel.

For a special treat, try the sake cups, aptly named the Kanpai (pronounced "kom-pi") for the Japanese word for "Cheers!" These hand-decorated cups are available in green tea, strawberry, white chocolate and dark chocolate marble and can be used to serve your favorite after-dinner liqueur before feasting on the cup itself. It's like living in Willy Wonka's world where everything is edible.

 
You can see the entire line of Suedy's Koo-ki Sushi and order some for yourself at kookisushi.com, call them at (800) GO-KOOKI or visit their retail location: 830 Jury Court, Suite 1, San Jose, California.

 

 

 

 

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