Sushi Christmas Ornaments

by sockii

Love sushi? Then add some sushi-themed ornaments to your Christmas tree this year. These ornaments are unique and fun, and will definitely add some personality to your Xmas tree.

Sushi for your Christmas tree? Why not! It's fun to collect ornaments related to your favorite hobbies and interests and add a little personal touch to your Christmas decorating. They're also a fun gift idea to surprise someone who loves sushi and all kinds of Japanese food.

Here you'll find a collection of different themed ornaments, from beautiful blown glass creations to fun themed assortments with lots of intricate detail. You'll also see ideas on how to make Christmas-themed sushi - perfect as a holiday party treat! I'll also share some beautiful photos of sushi so you can see just how like the "real thing" some of these ornaments appear!

Traditional Blown Glass Ornaments

Fun tree decorations - shaped like sushi rolls (maki sushi)!

These traditionally-made blown glass ornaments are pretty - and delightful! Each one looks like a different type of sushi maki roll. Get a set of them all for a fun set for your tree, or to make a great gift set.

A fun and beautifully-crafted mouth blown glass ornament. It looks just like a traditional sushi maki roll slice, perhaps a spicy tuna maki as pictured below. It's over 2" in size, hand painted and decorated with glitter to really sparkle and shine.

This ornament is meant to look like an "Inside-Out" sushi roll, and comes complete with a pair of dangling chopsticks! Handmade from glass, this ornament also supports a good cause: all proceeds go to The Learning Community, a non-profit 5013(c) public-benefit corporation.

Inside-Out Rolls

A modern favorite!
Inside-out California Rolls
Inside-out California Rolls

Doesn't this ornament look just like the "real" maki sushi pictured below? It's mouth-blown and hand-painted in Poland, and also comes with a gift box so it makes a great present for a sushi lover.

This glass ornament looks like a maki sushi piece filled with avocado, tuna and perhaps salmon or snapper. Made in Germany, this one has a unique star-shaped cap so it really stands out from other designs.

Classic Tuna Maki

A simple yet elegant favorite
Fresh Tuna Sushi - Satsuki - AUD3
Fresh Tuna Sushi - Satsuki - AUD3

Why not go for a pair? This set of two ornaments, from Kurt Adler designs, is made from glass to look like a traditional maki and a pink soy-wrapped maki roll - like the one pictured above.

What is a tomoe? It is a traditional Japanese swirl like a comma, and it's represented here in this unusual sushi Christmas ornament. Handcrafted, this ornament also comes with a pair of dangling chopsticks.

Sushi for Christmas? Absolutely!

Check out this fun recipe and tutorial

Serve these adorable sushi "Christmas trees" at your holiday party this year...they'll be a great treat to tie into your Japanese food decoration theme!

How about a hand roll? Temaki sushi is another variety which of course deserves a place in your sushi-themed Christmas decorations!

This is another mouth blown glass ornament from Inge-Glas in Germany, very artistically made and sure to look great on your tree.

Sets of Sushi-Themed Ornaments

These sushi ornament collections make for Christmas tree fun!

These two sets from Kurt Adler are perfect for people who are just crazy about sushi! Each set of three features different fun and colorful designs. Made from resin, why not get both sets for a real assortment of fun ornaments—or a perfect gift.

Christmas-Themed Sushi Treats You Can Eat!

Try some of these fun ideas for your next holiday party

Love Sushi?

Then check out some of my other articles about one of my favorite foods!

Sweet "Sushi" Desserts and Party Treats
Sushi normally is traditionally with raw fish, vegetables and vinegar rice. But you can make fun "dessert sushi" with all kinds of ingredients! Check out some of the fun ideas spotlighted here.

For the Love of Sushi
Do you love sushi? Or does the idea of eating raw fish make you a bit squeamish? This page is for all lovers of sushi who want to learn more about its history and styles of preparation.

Updated: 03/23/2015, sockii
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dustytoes on 03/24/2015

Sushi is pretty, so having ornaments made to resemble this food is perfect!

sockii on 03/23/2015

Yes, a mobile would be a great idea!

AngelaJohnson on 03/23/2015

I like to eat sushi and the ornaments are cute. You could also use them to create a mobile and hang it in your house and not have to wait until Christmas.

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