Bodylicious is inspired by Nyotaimori, a rather controversial Japanese tradition which consists of presenting Sushi on a naked woman, using her body as a tray. This was a highly appreciated act often experienced at luxurious parties and other social events. When presenting Sushi (Sashimi) on the naked body of a man this is called Nantaimori.

Bodylicious transforms this concept into a plate. With both feminine and masculine designs; 3 pieces of each, made in ceramic, these body-plates are perfect for serving sushi, desserts, fruits and other culinary delights, taking advantage of the smooth and curvaceous lines of the human body to create an elegant arrangement of different dishes.

The 6 designs formed by the 3 parts of the male and female body are available in white and black mat. The plates are sold individually and can be artistically combined with each another.

Bodylicious is designed and produced by Designcode in Barcelona.

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2 comments

  1. arter says:

    Dec 18, 2008

    I bought the Nyotaimori-dish in JAPAN last year at this shop.
    http://vgvd.jp/vv/goods/00000ai043/
    This Bodylicious is the imitation, almost man will think so.
    I’m fed up with the plagiarism.

  2. bodylicious - StartTags.com says:

    Mar 2, 2010

    […] Hiroshi Tsunoda. Named Bodylicious, it is inspired by Nyotaimori, a controversial Japanese traditionDavid Report blog BodyliciousBodylicious transforms this concept into a plate. With both feminine and masculine designs; 3 pieces […]

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