SushiBot Churns Out 300 Perfect Rolls Per Hour

If you suffer from insatiable cravings for delectable raw fish, and your takeout bills are skyrocketing, it might be time to invest in one of Suzumo's Sushi-making robots.

GadgetLab reports that at the World Food and Beverage Great Expo 2012 in Tokyo Suzumo is showing off the future of your daily toro habit: a roll-making machine that can crank out up to 300 delectable tubes of makizushi in an hour.

If nigiri is your thing Suzumo also makes a machine that'll speed through 3,600 rice mounds in a 60-minute spell. It won't apply the raw fish for you, though, so screw it. Unless you have a thing for rice. [Suzumo via GadgetLab]

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I was honestly expecting it to do more. Its impressive but you have to manually add ingredients and what it kicks out is not ready to serve. Where is the total fold, where is the slicing? How long will it take for someone to do everything I just described but built in lego instead?