As awesome as going to a sushi restaurant is, getting take-out sushi and eating it in the comfort of your own home definitely has its advantages. One of the disadvantages, however, is the possibility of you messing up the finely prepared meal, pouring too much or too little soy sauce out of the packet onto your pieces of sushi. But with the new Sushi Spray, you'll feel like you're sitting at Jiro's.

Sukiyabashi Jiro, as some of you probably know, is the three Michelin-starred Tokyo sushi restaurant featured in the Academy Award nominated documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Jiro is famous for being a hyper-perfectionist, which is one of the reasons why his restaurant is as highly acclaimed as it is. Eating at Jiro's is supposed to be a very special, one-of-a-kind experience. Reservations have to be made months in advance. (Even though friends have told me there are tons of better places in Tokyo.)

Anyway, this new Sushi Spray will bring out the Jiro in you! The soy sauce in the bottle at time of purchase is top quality, and with finely regulated amounts of soy sauce being sprayed out, your 10.99 sushi will taste like a 30,000 yen dinner at Jiro's, but even better. You'll be sitting on your couch in your pajamas, and Jiro won't be staring at you (as he's known to do) while you eat your sushi.

I want one! AND I want some sushi! Or maybe I just want some sushi...


See Shin Ha Kyun as an elderly chaebol who ages in reverse in the romantic comedy Mr Baek

Jiro doesn't look like he approves