Play is educational... some times more than others. Help your junior (or senior) get acquainted with the reality of food origins using a model tuna that breaks down into its sushi composites. The set comes with the necessary sword and cutting board, and will run you around 300 cold briny dollars (on sale now for as low as 29,400 yen!).
But you can't put a price on learning, particularly learning about something as delicious and ecologically decimated as large fish. Designed by Kazuyoshi Watanabe, the owner of a wholesale fish vending business in Tokyo, and put out by Hobbystock, this thing is more grisly—or at least more true to life—than your standard Playskool food offerings. And I respect that. Particularly because this thing is as ingeniously put together as the fish itself, with hidden cuts and neatly removable parts. (For the dedicated fish fancier, the produced "cuts" include akami, toro, chutoro, otoro, no tuna salad.)
This attractive and anatomically accurate accessory can advance your albacore awareness at any age. Here's hoping it won't become a sad learning accessory for future fishless generations.