They're sushi socks going on anyway. Probably more like kusaya socks coming off. Mmmm, take a whiff of that, Cornelius. All the wasabi and pickled ginger in the world isn't going to cover up the scent of me and my fuchsia slices of tuna after a day of paintball in the sticky Houston heat.
OtakuMode's Sushi socks obviously look most authentic when rolled up, but even with the expertly cut salmon unraveled and covering the entirety of your arches and shins there is no doubt they came straight from Japan. In addition, Tokyo-based OtakuMode knits sushi detailing directly into their socks instead of printing it on, so unlike most raw fish these polyester and cotton morsels should last for more than a day.
Sushi socks come in 7 varieties, including Masuzushi (trout sushi), Shrimp, Octopus, Red Caviar, Tuna, Salmon, and Egg. The 6-pair set contains all pieces except for the folded Masuzushi.