An approach to economy, personal or world-wide, that compares prices and value to the cost of one's favorite sushi. For instance, movie admission is usually a two-sushi price; popcorn and soda often a three-sushi price. One can decide on whether a movie with popcorn and soda is worth an entire sushi dinner.
According to the first law of sushinomics, that dress is not worth the unagi it costs.
by Batdarl March 11, 2009