Whilst sushi packaging may have one shaping purpose, it is not beyond the realms of chance that this very basic perform may not be achieved. First and foremost you would like to ensure that the sushi inside is kept fresh, however on the far side there are variety of characteristics and materials that need to be determined, with some better than others.
In order to make the proper sushi packaging you have to consider a number of material, style and practicality factors. It's solely by obtaining each aspect entirely right that you simply can create a perfect solution for your sushi product. This is not necessarily simple, however it's definitely worthwhile, both for your company and your customers. Thus it is important that you take into consideration all of those components throughout your design and producing process to make a package that will really compliment your sushi product.
With that in mind, we've rounded up some of the best of Sushi Packaging Designs to inspire you for your future project or just for some fresh creative ideas. Hope you enjoy them!
25 Best Sushi Packaging Designs
1. Sushi Packaging designed by Giannis Ampelas
"A student project: to create full packaging for Japanese delivery food using the (edited) CNN logo, including: packages for the appetizer, salad and main dish, delivery bag, two folded paper towels forming an ninja star and custom made chopsticks. The concept of the shape of the packages is that when they are on top of each other they form an origami."
2. Sushi Bar designed by Modik
"Sushi brand shows a fusion of traditional Japan with a restaurant style more informal.Japanese theater or Kabuki, origami, illustration, kimonos, lanterns carried with sticks, sushi. Corporate identity general idea raised-out of context images reminiscent of Japan's traditional style and carries the elements necessary to constitute a complete brand for the Sushi Bar, a place where you can eat Asian food without formality or directly take it away home."
3. Sushita designed by Jean Assémat
Branding, packaging and retail design for a sushi brand in Spain.
4. Sushi Box designed by Sergio Ortiz Ruiz
Design for a takeout restaurant Japanese.
5. Miraku designed by Blake Thomas
"A redesign of Miraku: Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar, a Gainesville hibachi restaurant. The rebranding focuses on breaking down the complexity of translation through relevant hibachi terms in the english and japanese alphabets. The end result is a playful exploration of language and illustration bridging the customer’s cultural understanding with the hibachi experience."
6. Kankei designed by Combo Brand Agency
Kankei combines Japanese and Peruvian culture. It is noted for the quality of its cuisine, its attention and first class presentation.
7. Go sushi designed by Miladin Miletić
Visual identity for a sushi restaurant in Belgrade.
8. Maki Sushi designed by Gemma Ortiz
Keeping a simple and effective design in the packaging and brand identity.
9. CONCEPT: NAKATO Sushi Packaging Concept designed by SRF Design
Conceptual Packaging for Sushi Restaurant.
10. Smart thinking sushi designed by Mille Rubow Vestergård
"School Assignment: Redesign the take a way box for an existing sushi restaurant. The solution should be innovative and e.g. accommodate a new function."
11. Sushi To-Go Box designed by Ashley Buerkett
A package design created for sushi.
12. Sushi Packaging Design designed by Rowena Auld
Simple & fun sushi packaging design.
13. SUSHI OUTDOOR designed by Kamilla Mårvik Derås
"A school assignment to make a package design for "The Happiness of Camping". The designer choose to make a healthy food alternative for people who like to go fishing. It is a kit with a table, that contains everything you need to make a sushi meal outdoor."
14. Sweet Sushi designed by Anna Söderberg
Sweet Sushi Product and Package Design: Homemade sushi made of marzipan, nougat, ricepuffs and chocolate. The sushi was sold at a Christmas market at Beckmans College of Design.
15. Packaging Sushi To Go designed by Magdalena Ramírez
Packaging design for Sushi To Go including: Case Card and Thermoformed Package.
16. Sushi takeaway package designed by Mario Hiis
Package design for a Sushi take away.
17. So Sushi designed by Joshua Covarrubias
A Student work: Branding and packaging solution for So Sushi.
18. Sushi Box designed by Thobias Löfqvist
An exchange project with a Japanese university: The assignment was to package sushi that would be sold in grocery stores and the Japanese assignment was to package meatballs.
19. Yokohama Sushi designed by Sally Carmichael
Re-design of sushi take-out packaging to be more user and environmentally friendly.
20. Sushi Take-Away Packaging and Identity designed by Kevin Goss-Ross
Clean, structured branding and packaging designed for Take Away Sushi (Brand name: Sooshi).
21. ENSO SUSHI BOX designed by Tom Declat
A 100% recyclable sushi box concept for use in Australian sushi restaurants.
22. FUNE - Sushi Takeaway Packaging designed by Gerlinde Gruber
"This packaging design is inspired by the streamlined frames of ships and fish. The material saving cut, needs no complex graphics and is easy to assemble without adhesive. It includes a carrier for the soy sauce cup and the chopsticks are used as a needle for closing. The containers are space saving, reduced to its essentials. Biodegradable PET-coated cardboard was chosen, as it's an eco-friendly material that can be recycled along with normal waste paper. It gives the finished product a clean look. Red and black were picked as they are strong colours associated with Japanese culture. This packaging design is called FUNE - Japanese for ship."
23. IT'S SOUR (Sushi Restaurant Opening) designed by Shannon Duke
"A three piece project for the opening of an upscale sushi restaurant. Each piece of the project includes traditional components of the art of sushi while being presented in a non-traditional format. The first piece would be the invitation. The invite would be rolled up inside the bamboo rolling mat. The second piece of the promotional work is the event schedule which is laid out on the back of the chopstick packaging. The final piece is the "Take Home" gift that each person would receive once the event is over. The gift is a handmade Bento Box, which is used in tradition as a meal box to carry the sushi. Inside the Bento Box are items such as Nori, soy sauce, sea salt and chopsticks."
24. Tokyo Metro - Sushi Packs designed by Sachie Nagasawa
Packaging for sushi inspired by the traditional way to wrap food with the bamboo leaf.
25. Sushi Friends! designed by Aymie Spitzer
Packaging for vinyl toy line, Sushi Friends.