You're set for sushi

The Japanese Sushi Set from Stash offers all you need to serve sushi elegantly.

Thursday Bram
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While making sushi at home doesn't actually require that much in the way of equipment, not every household has the dishes necessary to do freshly made sushi justice. The Japanese Sushi Set, from Stash, brings the necessary elements together. The set includes two ginkgo-leaf-shaped plates, measuring 5 inches by 7 inches, as well as matching sauce dishes, measuring 3 inches by 3.5 inches. You'll find that the plates, while shaped similarly, are different color: one is a light brown while the other is a dark gray. The sauce dishes match. The set also comes with two sets of elegant chopsticks--not the kind you use once and throw away.

The Japanese Sushi Set comes in a gift box, and Stash makes gift wrap available: the set can be an ideal gift for your favorite sushi fan. It is made for use, rather than display, if you're more interested in having the appropriate tools to eat your favorite sushi rolls. And if you make your own, it's worth taking a look at the sushi ingredients Stash also sells. You can find the right seaweed and even the bamboo mats necessary for making sushi on the Web site. The Japanese Sushi Set is $42.