The Sushi Poster, 25 Most Traditional Sushi in a Japanese Sushi restaurant

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The Sushi Poster, 25 Most Traditional Sushi in a Japanese Sushi restaurant

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Material

poster paper

Dimensions

Height: 20 Inches; Width: 16 Inches

Similar to ramen, sushi today also has unlimited combination of forms and styles by using different ingredients, preparing methods, etc; however, serving traditional sushi is still extremely appreciable and respectable in Japan.

The perfect example is the most famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo called Sukiyabashi Jiro. The 91 year-old sushi master, Jiro Ono, has been serving traditional sushi since 1965. Not only Michelin Guide awarded his restaurant 3 stars, Jiro Ono-san had been recognized as a "living treasure" by the Japanese government from his influence of Japanese cuisine and striving for perfection in the art of making sushi.

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TRY NEW SUSHI
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For most people, it is quite easy to recognize salmon, tuna, tamago, shrimp, or unagi with their obvious distinct characteristics. But of course, there are many other traditional and delicious sushi dishes that you should definitely try and learn about such as ikura (salmon roe), anago (saltwater eel), katsuo (bonito), uni (sea urchin), horse mackerel, kuruma ebi (tiger shrimp), etc.

Since sushi was rooted from Japan, what I really want to convey through this project is to introduce a list of sushi that are actually long-established in traditional sushi house in Japan. Some examples includes Tako (Octopus), Shako (Mantis shrimp), Aka-gai (Red Clam), Tori-gai (Japanese Cockle), and Katsuo (Bonito/Skipjack Tuna).

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DESIGN
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ILLUSTRATION

All illustrations are drawn by me based on real sushi.

EDUCATIONAL

Underneath each sushi illustration, the name of the sushi is introduced in three ways: Japanese name in English (Pronunciation of the Japanese words), in Japanese (Kanji character), and in English. (translation)

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2 BACKGROUNDS
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Wood (Wooden Surface)
Wood background is inspired by the wooden sushi plate (Sushi Geta 寿司下駄 ) where sushi is usually served by chef.

Wisteria (Purple Flowers)
Background is based on a beautiful flower garden in Fukuoka called "Kawachi Wisteria Garden" 河内藤園. The garden is most famous from its 100 meter long tunnel made out of white and purple Wisteria flowers during Spring.


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SPECIFICATION
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The Sushi Poster comes in one size, 16x20 inch. It will be printed in USA on a 100lb. cardstock with vibrant gloss finish
Similar to ramen, sushi today also has unlimited combination of forms and styles by using different ingredients, preparing methods, etc; however, serving traditional sushi is still extremely appreciable and respectable in Japan.

The perfect example is the most famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo called Sukiyabashi Jiro. The 91 year-old sushi master, Jiro Ono, has been serving traditional sushi since 1965. Not only Michelin Guide awarded his restaurant 3 stars, Jiro Ono-san had been recognized as a "living treasure" by the Japanese government from his influence of Japanese cuisine and striving for perfection in the art of making sushi.

--------------------------------------
TRY NEW SUSHI
--------------------------------------

For most people, it is quite easy to recognize salmon, tuna, tamago, shrimp, or unagi with their obvious distinct characteristics. But of course, there are many other traditional and delicious sushi dishes that you should definitely try and learn about such as ikura (salmon roe), anago (saltwater eel), katsuo (bonito), uni (sea urchin), horse mackerel, kuruma ebi (tiger shrimp), etc.

Since sushi was rooted from Japan, what I really want to convey through this project is to introduce a list of sushi that are actually long-established in traditional sushi house in Japan. Some examples includes Tako (Octopus), Shako (Mantis shrimp), Aka-gai (Red Clam), Tori-gai (Japanese Cockle), and Katsuo (Bonito/Skipjack Tuna).

--------------------------------------
DESIGN
--------------------------------------

ILLUSTRATION

All illustrations are drawn by me based on real sushi.

EDUCATIONAL

Underneath each sushi illustration, the name of the sushi is introduced in three ways: Japanese name in English (Pronunciation of the Japanese words), in Japanese (Kanji character), and in English. (translation)

--------------------------------------
2 BACKGROUNDS
--------------------------------------

Wood (Wooden Surface)
Wood background is inspired by the wooden sushi plate (Sushi Geta 寿司下駄 ) where sushi is usually served by chef.

Wisteria (Purple Flowers)
Background is based on a beautiful flower garden in Fukuoka called "Kawachi Wisteria Garden" 河内藤園. The garden is most famous from its 100 meter long tunnel made out of white and purple Wisteria flowers during Spring.


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SPECIFICATION
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The Sushi Poster comes in one size, 16x20 inch. It will be printed in USA on a 100lb. cardstock with vibrant gloss finish

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