It features a team of wasabi, salmon egg sushi, crab sushi, tuna sushi, and octopus sushi as they use their wits and their emotions to save the world and educate young children. The Sushi Pack team lives in a Japanese restaurant with humans. Despite the superhero element of the story, violence is used only as a last resort.
Oh, thank goodness. I’m glad violence is only a last resort, seeing as how watching some of my favorite foods being unnecessarily aggressive might be disturbing.
I was unfamiliar with the show, so I looked ‘em up on YouTube. Of course. Check it out:
(Did… that guy make another Wasabi dude by pinching a little bit off the other Wasabi dude’s head? He did? Okay, just checking.)
There’s even a Sushi Pack movie hitting select theaters this month, for those of you itching to see animated sushi on the big screen.
And of course we’re delighted to announce that you can now shop at the Sushi Pack Store right here at Ty’s Toy Box. Because those little sushi guys are too cute not to have ‘em right there on a t-shirt.
Welcome to Ty’s Toy Box, Sushi Pack! We promise never to stick chopsticks into your heads. Probably.