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Sushi Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Savor the art of Japanese cuisine with these 20 sushi coloring pages, available for you to download and print entirely for free. Perfect for food enthusiasts and coloring aficionados alike, these pages celebrate the aesthetic beauty and diversity of sushi.

This collection serves up a delightful array of sushi scenes, from intricate nigiri pieces and elegant sashimi arrangements to bustling sushi bars and tranquil tea settings. Each page captures the essence of sushi, offering a chance to play with color and texture!

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To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Sushi Coloring Pages

Whether or not your child likes to eat sushi, all kids love sushi coloring pages.

Here are some top craft ideas to do with the finished pages.

1. Make Collectable Sushi Bottles

Lots of people collect decorative bottles, so why not let your youngster make some? 

Save two or three of those old soy sauce bottles, and make sure they’re washed and dried.

Then, let the youngster cut pieces from those finished pages to decorate the surface of the bottles. The child can make a set pattern or simply decorate them at random.

Add some curling ribbon at the top, and display these adorable bottles on a windowsill, bookshelf, or mantel.

2. Striking Abstract Art

For delightful framable art, have the youngster color and cut out specific edibles from the coloring pages.

Then, glue these to a red square of cardstock mounted on a slightly larger black background. This creates a black frame for the red paper, and the effect will be striking.

Embellish the pieces with fancy toothpicks, tiny tufts of tissue paper, or puffy paint. 

Finish up with two real chopsticks glued across the artwork in an “X” for dazzling, framable art.

3. Movable Feast

This terrific craft is super-fun for any child, and all that’s needed is some cardboard, a paper plate, and a few squares of velcro.

Laminate an ordinary white paper plate to cardboard to reinforce it, and then have the youngster cut all those yummy pieces of food from the finished coloring page.

The cutouts should be sealed in contact paper, and tiny velcro squares should be attached to the plate and the cutouts.

The youngster can then arrange them on the plate and move them around whenever desired to create a whole new picture.

4. Dinner Time

Start this engaging craft by having the youngster draw a giant clock on poster board or cardstock.

Instead of numbers, however, the circumference should be filled in with cutouts from the finished sushi coloring pages.

“Hands” can then be made from thin cardboard and attached with a paper fastener.

“Dinner Time” can be written on the hands for a cute finishing touch, and this adorable clock can be displayed anywhere.

5. Easy Sushi Cardboard Craft

This simple craft begins with an empty paper towel cardboard, which can be spray painted a bright color or laminated with construction paper.

The child can then decorate it by gluing sushi cutouts from the finished coloring pages across the roll in a long line.

Place a piece of colorful yarn through the roll, and hang the ensemble in the kitchen to perk up everyone’s appetite!

6. Sushi Placemats

Placemats are great crafts to do with sushi coloring pages, and they are fun and easy to make.

Inexpensive, plain placemats can be used, or you can use the backs of old placemats that have faded designs.

Have the child work out a pattern with cutouts from the sushi coloring pages, spacing them out on the placemat before gluing them fast.

After a design has been chosen, use krazy glue to attach the cutouts, seal the work in contact paper, and these cute placemats are ready to use!

7. A Unique Sushi Decoration

Making this decoration is surprisingly simple, and it begins with giving the youngster two chopsticks to fasten together in the shape of an “X.”

The easiest way to do this is by fastening a piece of twine around them in a crisscross shape in the center.

Then, cutouts from the finished coloring pages can be used to decorate the chopsticks from one end to the other. A larger cutout can be used in the center of the “X.”

Use embroidery thread, yarn, or ordinary string to hang this unique decoration wherever desired.

8. Sushi Roll

To make a realistic-looking sushi roll, give the youngster an empty bathroom tissue cardboard laminated with white or yellow construction paper.

Carefully decorate it with cutouts from the sushi coloring pages using invisible glue.

Then, stuff the center of the roll with red tissue paper, allowing some to stick out on each end. Display this cute, decorative sushi roll anywhere.

9. Leftovers Anyone?

This craft is lots of fun for any age child, and begins with any ordinary jar, such as an empty soy sauce or duck sauce jar.

When it’s cleaned and dried, have the youngsters use construction paper to create tiny rolls. Fill the jar with these to make it look as if it’s filled with tiny sushi rolls.

Use cutouts from the finished coloring pages to decorate the outside of the jar, and use colorful, thick yarn to create a bow at the top.

This cute craft can be placed on a windowsill, desk, bureau, or anywhere the child desires.

10. Make Your Own Sushi Go! Card Game

Sushi Go! is a fun card game, and youngsters can make their own version of this with finished coloring pages.

Items can be cut out methodically, or the youngsters can simply cut card shapes from the pages at random.

Either way, they should be trimmed to the game card size and sealed in contact paper or glassine.

The children can use these to play the original game, or they can come up with a version of their own!

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