Sushi Pack is an American animated television series produced by DIC Entertainment and American Greetings, that aired on the KEWLopolis block on CBS November 3, 2007 - September 12, 2009. It featured a team of wasabi, salmon egg sushi, crab sushi, tuna sushi, and octopus sushi as they used their wits and their emotions to save the world and educated young children. The Sushi Pack team lives in a donut shop with their human friend, Ben. Despite the superhero element of the story, violence is used only as a last resort. The closing theme song of the show is a techno/rap/funk hybrid song written by Phofo, composer for the entire series. Sushi Pack was created by Studio Espinosa. Quests involve learning about the meaning of friendship, social skills, and teamwork.
Mister Ajikko is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Terasawa about a young boy cook. It was later adapted into anime series, produced by TV Tokyo and Sunrise. This show was broadcast from October 8, 1987 to September 28, 1989 with a total of 99 episodes. One of the earliest cooking/battle related manga and anime of its kind, there are some indications that this series is the inspiration for the live action competitive cooking show, Iron Chef.
Japanese food, especially sushi, has become an internationally beloved cuisine, especially with the announcement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. But there are always restaurants that look to capitalize off the reputation of traditional Japanese food. They serve dishes like rolls covered in cream cheese and teriyaki sauce, monstrosities that belong nowhere in a real sushi restaurant! Enter the Sushi Police. The defenders of Japanese culture and tradition, the World Food-culture Conservation Organization was created, and its 9th Unit was ordered to smite down any restaurant in the world that besmirch the name of sushi. They travel the globe in a giant ship-shaped blimp, literally landing on the offenders, leaving a destroyed restaurant in their wake.
A long time ago, there was an empire called "Sushi Ninja Empire" that lasted for hundreds of years in the Far East land. But someone destroyed this empire. In order to resurrect the empire,"seasonings of happiness" are necessary. But they have been hidden somewhere in the world. Can Sushi Ninja find the "seasonings of happiness"?
Sushi TV is a comedy clip show showing the best and funniest moments from Japanese gameshows over the years. Clips mostly include bizarre eating contests, physical challenges or people's scary and sometimes amazing talents. Some of the highlights on this show have appeared on a Japanese gameshow edition of Tarrant On TV. Clips originally came from a few well-known Japanese gameshows, such as Super Human Coliseum, Live Live Down Town, TV Champions and Lady Boys.
Sushi Ōji! is an original Japanese television drama series directed by Tsutsumi Yukihiko with main lead played by Domoto Koichi of KinKi Kids. It aired on Friday nights for a total of 8 episodes, from July 27 - September 14, 2007.
Cartoon Sushi is an animation showcase program that aired on MTV from 1997 to 1998. It was produced by Nick Litwinko. As a collection of animation shorts, Cartoon Sushi is a spiritual successor to MTV's Liquid Television. The title screen opening was illustrated by Danny Antonucci.
Dancing Sushi is an American animated television series for Nicktoons Network. It is a spin-off of the 25-episode, half-hour animated Nicktoon Kappa Mikey. Animation Collective produced the series. Although it aired on international Nickelodeon channels in Brazil, Russia, etc., it never aired in the United States. The entire show is available on YouTube through the channel 'The Real Dancing Sushi'.