On a personal level, there aren't many household items resembling food that I can get behind. I mean a giant pillow that looks like, say, a hoho, would just make me hungry. Along the same line, my first impression was where would I put this without wanting to go out for sushi? Still, there is something novel about being able to hug your favorite piece of food, and sushi certainly looks huggable to me.
Naturally, the sushi pillow would be best suited for someone who is an actual fan of eating the food, so get that information in advance before picking this up as a gift. Sushi is an unquestionably chic food, so the extra ambiance can help any room look a bit more extravagant. At least one buyer of the pillow agrees, as they gave it 4 stars out of 5: "The pillow is a good value and well made. Wish it had texture." I don't think I would like my sushi pillow to have "texture," or how you would go about accomplishing that, but to each his or her own. At $19.99, you can give the pillow a good trial run without breaking your bank, too.
If a sushi pillow just doesn't sound all that appetizing to you, we have featured a number of different pillow styles here at Gadgether. These Google Android Pillows would be a great option if you're a long time fan of software and want to show all of your iPhone toting friends which platform rules in your house. You can also go a little more scientific with these thermosensitive pillows. Remember the mood rings that would change color depending on your emotional state? These pillows take that concept and apply it to a pillow case, and you can make all sorts of fun impressions with your hands and face.