SUSHI CLOCK HOMEPAGE
Battery Last Replaced: August 14, 2014
Welcome to the Sushi Clock homepage.
In 1993, I, Noriko Kuwabara, started making sushi clocks.
I thought I could just buy small sushi pieces and glue on
a sushi tray, but there was no such luck. So, I ended up
making every piece by hand. Then the idea for a Dim-Sum
clock came to me, and a friend of mine gave me the idea to
create a Manju clock. Then, I created a Donut clock. I
have ideas for other clocks, and someday you'll see them
added to this web site. (Someday has not come for a long
time since I am very busy making existing clocks)
People frequently ask me how long it takes to make a
clock, but I don't make one at a time. It usually takes me
three weeks to make 20 clocks. I use polymer clay for
basic shapes, paint with acrylic and put varnish on at the
end. It is very time consuming, but I still enjoy making
The clock movements were made by the famous timepiece
maker Seiko and run on a single AA battery--very accurate.
Each clock includes an alkaline battery.
To learn more about each clock, please click on the small
images at the left. If you would like to order a clock,
please click on the "how to order" button at the left.
If you have any questions about the clocks I make, please