Uni (sea urchin) is one of the most coveted ingredients for customers visiting Japanese sushi restaurants. Luxuriously rich in flavor, they're often served as rolls and as toppings for seafood bowls.

In the ocean uni is covered with tons of spikes, which is why it is also known as a "sea hedgehog." But by gently plucking off the spikes and placing an LED light inside...

You get a beautiful sea urchin lamp!

People have pointed out its similarities to the polka-dotted artwork of legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.

This is what it looks like with different colored lights and shell shapes.

We can all thank Japanese Twitter user @norateng for discovering this cool pop art uni lamp.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.