Ideal for use in small kitchens where space is at a premium, Suzumo Machinery's SVR-BRX is a compact and easy-to-use tabletop california roll and sushi maker. This is how it works. The machine shapes the shari, or vinegared rice, into a square. Place the nori, or seaweed, on the sheet. Add the filling. The roll goes into the machine. The roll is rolled up. And, the roll is complete. The machine can churn out 250-300 rolls per hour. You can adjust the length, thickness and position of rice as you like. The sushi machine weighs 40kg and is available for 1.8 million yen in Japan. Suzumo also sells the machine in Australia and New Zealand.