I Like most sushi - dont particularly like the plain ones like California.
There are a few places in Perth that do really unusual ones, and I love these.
It is something I have never tried to make myself though I have seen a few recipes published on recipeyum. I think they seem fiddly and time consuming and something I would rather just buy - and this would be one of the few foods I think this way about - most things, I like to attempt to make myself but I have never tried sushi - I have even looked at a few recipes but decided against it!
It's the effort I think it's going to take that keeps me from making it myself...I really cannot be bothered. Does that make me lazy? LOL. I make a "Sushi burger" with rice, tuna, mayonnaise, and wasabi, but I don't think that counts.
I not overly fussed on it and have made it myself. One of my daughters bought me the necessary tools and foodstuff to do it. It is very time consuming so don't make it any more. Unfortunately my local Woolworths had a sushi section in it and they made all sorts of enticing freshly made packages which I bought from time to time but I guess business wasn't supported enough and the store has been demolished.
I don't buy Japanese food or products at all really. Sushi seems a nice little snack to have in place of a few usual lunch choices, but I don't see myself ever choosing it over a salad or a sandwich. You know, eat 2 large sushi for lunch and then you are hungry an hour later.
Sushi and sashimi is big on our cuisine list - in fact all my family are big fans. I've made sushi once but it's my husband that tends to make it in our place. In fact he's making some tomorrow using Kingfish, Salmon and Tuna. We tend to use brown or black rice and usually keep it simple and use avocado with the fish.