Sometimes the smaller things are better. And that is definitely the case for one sushi chef in Tokyo. For more than ten years, the chef has been making super tiny pieces of sushi for customers all from just one grain of rice. The tiny sushi actually started as a joke when the chef gave one to a customer but then the idea of miniature sushi really took off.

Every piece of the mini sushi takes five minutes to prepare. To put that in context, normal sized sushi takes about one minute. Even though the tiny sushi pieces are smaller than a fingernail, the chef works hard to make sure that each piece has its own powerful flavors and tastes. Maybe the best part of the super small sushi is that you eat them like popcorn and not even break a sweat!