Japan’s rich culture has enriched the lives of people all across the globe. We’ve have them to thank for anime, camera phones, instant noodles, and of course, sushi! You’ll find the best sushi perler bead patterns here.
Sushi is a worldwide phenomenon. There are over 4,000 sushi restaurants in the US alone. We just can’t get enough of this delicious dish.
Learn how to draw sushi with this beginner-friendly tutorial.
The Art Supplies You’ll Be Needing:
I know that you’re excited to get started in making these projects with your kids. But first things first. Listed below are some of the materials that we’ve used in making the crafts that I know will be helpful to you as well.
- 24,000 Pieces Mini Perler Beads Kit
- Assorted Perler Beads
- Mini Pegboards
- Mini Craft Iron
- Perler Beads Ironing Paper Roll
8 Easy Perler Bead Sushi Patterns
1. Sushi Perler Bead Pattern
This cute little sushi pattern is ready to welcome you to this list. Its colorful toppings and cute smile are all it takes to convince you that you need to do this pattern with your little ones.
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2. Cute Onigiri Sushi Perler Beads
Onigiri or rice balls are made with steamed sushi rice that’s wrapped in dried seaweed. The fact that it’s triangular makes it really cool, too.
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3. Crab Sushi Perler Bead Pattern
Are you craving some nigiri sushi? This nigiri recipe by Dog is a must-try!
Don’t worry if you don’t have the ingredients to make one yourself because you can make this perler pattern instead (they’re equally mouthwatering).
4. 3D Sushi Perler Beads
5. Soy Sauce for Sushi Pattern
Sushi and soy sauce are the perfect duo. Soy sauce is an important part of Japanese cuisine, especially for sushi. This cute soy sauce bottle is crucial for your sushi perler beads.
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6. Maki Sushi Perler Beads
Maki sushi comes in different fillings. Whether you like raw fish, cooked fish, or vegetables as fillings, maki sushi will always taste amazing.
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7. Smiling Sushi Perler Bead Pattern
This cute sushi looks like a man with a bandana. Your kids will like that this pattern can be interpreted in two ways. All you need is a little imagination.
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8. Yellow Sushi Perler Bead Pattern
This sushi pattern will be easy to do even for beginners. It only needs five colors of perler beads and voila! you’ll have a sushi with a funny face.
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9. 3D Nigiri Perler Bead Pattern
This 3D nigiri sushi looks like it came straight out of a video game because of its pixelized style. Gamers will love bringing this pattern to life.
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10. Adorable Sushi Pattern
We all love sushi. It’s delicious, appealing, and most of all healthy. It’s rich in high-quality protein, omega-3 fatty acids from fish, vitamins, and minerals. So head on to the nearest restaurant and grab yourself a roll.
11. Funny Sushi Perler Beads
Different people have different sushi favorites. Some like sashimi, temaki, or maki. Nonetheless, they all belong to the big and yummy family of sushi.
This pattern has something in store for everyone.
12. Cute Sushi Perler Beads Keychain
Wish you can have a pocket-sized sushi wherever you go? Your wish is my command.
These tiny sushi perler beads will work perfectly as keychains. Make sure that you’ve got this microfiber leather keychain that also comes in seven colors.
13. Hamster Sushi Perler Pattern
Combine a hamster and sushi and what do you get? An irresistibly cute perler bead pattern. I guarantee that you won’t regret making this hamster sushi perler pattern because it’s unique and is so fun to make.
14. 4-in-1 3D Sushi Perler Beads
Create a veggie roll, tamago, salmon, and tempura sushi in one sitting through this video tutorial. In this video, Lightning Rocket Creates shares the secret recipe on how to make these four patterns easily.
15. “They See Me Rollin'” Sushi Pattern
They see me rollin’ and they just can’t get enough. When it comes to sushi, we’ll always want another roll and another because they’re so good.
16. Sushi Perler Beads with Googly Eyes
Adding some googly eyes to your sushi perler beads make all the difference. They’ll look cuter, funnier, and more alive.
Get some googly eyes for your crafts here.
17. Pusheen Cat Eating Sushi
One of the cutest cats on the internet is known to be a food lover. Pusheen is always eating some cake, ice cream, and also sushi. We can’t blame you Pusheen, because we can’t get enough sushi, too.
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18. Sushi and Ramen Combo Pattern
Another Japanese food favorite is ramen. The soft noodles and hot broth is best paired with some sushi. These two combined will give you an unforgettable and authentic Japanese culture immersion.
19. Egg and Shrimp Sushi Earrings Pattern
Do you love accessorizing? These cute earrings will be one of your most daring and unique pieces. Expect to receive a ton of compliments while wearing these egg and shrimp sushi earrings.
20. Sushi on Tray Perler Beads
Make the experience more authentic by including a tray on your list. This pattern will give you the whole experience because it includes a sushi, wasabi, and even a tray pattern that holds all the pieces together.
The Most Authentic Sushi Perler Beads
Sushi is an essential part of Japanese cuisine and culture that has been shared with the world. These sushi perler beads patterns will give you a taste of that culture while getting an unforgettable bonding experience with your kids in the process.
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