We just saw this news about a river in Osaka, Japan—birthplace of the sushi conveyor belt—being turned into a giant sushi delivery system as part of the Osaka Canvas Project, and now we want sushi so bad. There may or may not be a scientific explanation for this, but it turns out it's completely impossible to look at pictures of enormous pieces of sushi floating down a Japanese river and not want sushi. Now you probably want sushi too. Sorry about that.
· Osaka River to Transform Into Sushi Conveyor Belt [Apartment Therapy]
· River Transforms Into Giant Conveyor Sushi Belt With Massive Plates Of 'Sushi' [Design Taxi]