Concept

Conveyor belt sushi

Summary
Conveyor belt sushi, also called rotation sushi, is a type of sushi restaurant common in Japan. In Australasia, it is also known as a sushi train. Plates serving the sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt that winds through the restaurant and moves past every table, counter and seat. The final bill is based on the number and type of plates of the consumed sushi. Some restaurants use a variation of the concept, such as miniature wooden "sushi boats" that travel through small canals, or miniature locomotive cars that travel on a track. Restaurants The distinguishing feature of conveyor belt sushi is the stream of plates winding through the restaurant. The selection is usually not limited to sushi; it may also include karaage, edamame, salad, soup, fruits, desserts, and other foods and drinks. Some restaurants have RFID tags or other systems in place to remove sushi that has rotated for too long. Special orders If customers cannot find their desired sushi o
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