Japanese robot is ‘Inari’ sushi-making machine
Japanese food machine manufacturer Suzumo has created a new sushi-producing machine, the ‘Inari-sushi Robot’, capable of producing 1,200 to 2,500 pieces Inari-sushi an hour.
The robot uses the company’s patent-pending ‘double air-nozzle system’ that puffs the fried tofu skin with air before stuffing it with rice.
Humans need only intervene to arrange the tofu skin on the turntable, place the rice into the machine, and ensure it doesn’t rise up and destroy all of humanity.
Pick one up for *only* $50,000 USD.