We have miles per hour, kilometers per hour, gigabits per second, and today, we will touch on the possibility of rolls per hour making its way to popular folklore if the SushiBot has its way. Folks who absolutely love eating sushi and yet cannot afford to do so every single day might want to invest in the Sushi-making robot from Suzumo. Paraded at the World Food and Beverage Great Expo 2012 in Tokyo, Suzumo’s invention is a roll-making machine which is capable of delivering up to 300 tubes of makizushi in just an hour. Definitely faster than a novice like you, and it would be perfect fodder for those who have an hour left to whip up a dish for a pot luck dinner. I guess this is purely meant for Japanese food lovers only, targeting those who are extremely partial to sushi rolls in particular.
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