Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

by TripleLights travel specialist

Various suitcase covers that transform your luggage into a delicious looking sushi will be on sale from the 8th of July 2014 at ‘Omise Parco’, located inside Narita Airport’s no. 1 Passenger Terminal. 

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

Just wrap the cover around your entire suitcase and your sushi-suitcase is complete. When your sushi-suitcase comes rolling towards you at the luggage pick up, you will have a true ‘conveyor belt sushi’ experience. With small chances of taking home the wrong suitcase, this is a must-have item for a pleasant journey!

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

 

Traveling Sushi Bag Cover (TAMAGO / MAGURO / SAKE / EBI )

There are four designs to choose from: ‘egg’, ‘tuna’, ‘salmon’ and ‘shrimp’.
Supported size: 425X300X640mm (70 litres) | Material: Polyester 100% | Price: 3,024 Japanese yen (incl. tax)

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

 

At ‘Omise Parco’, which opened April 25th at Narita Airport, you can find a range of designed goods that suit the lifestyle of a traveller. Many of them are limited edition Narita articles.

 

Akafuji Passport Case

When you insert your passport into this passport case, the image of Hokusai’s famous block print ‘Red Mt. Fuji ‘ is completed.               Price: 756 Japanese yen (incl. tax)

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

 

geodesign / Norimaki Towl (like Sushi Roll)

Rolled up it’s a sushi roll, but when rolled out it becomes a towel: it’s the ‘Norimaki Towl’. In Japan ‘norimaki’ sushi is regarded a lucky charm, ‘rolling up good fortune’.
Size: (Big roll) H340XW340 mm  (Small roll): H 250×W 250mm | Material: Cotton 100%, jacquard | Price: 648 Japanese yen (incl. tax)

Is it a sushi? Is it a suitcase? It’s both! Get your sushi-suitcase at Narita Airport!

 

OMISEPARCO: Narita International Airport, Terminal 1,Central Bldg., 4th Floor | Open: 8:00am-8:00pm | +81-476-32-8755 | http://www.parco.jp/onceamonth/omiseparco/

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01 Jul 2014

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