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The amazing sushi-go-round

Practical. Quick. Delicious.

Basically, it was amazing to watch streams of plates filled with fresh sushi go winding around within your reach.

You can just grab a plate of sushi as much as you want. Choices will never run out as there are always new batches coming out in the conveyor belt. This is especially true if it is a busy shop as most sushi gets eaten faster.IMG_1315If you cannot find your desired sushi in the conveyor belt, it is also possible to place a special order. The restaurant we went in had a tablet where we put in some special orders. Minutes later, our order came out of the conveyor belt.

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I also love the fact that it was also not very expensive.

I admit that I kind of lose track of how many plates of sushi I had because I was near the conveyor belt and can practically grab anything I want. I finished 15 plates that night. I would not consider it as a stellar sushi restaurant but the quality of the sushi was good and you can tell that it is fresh.                                                             IMG_1322IMG_1324IMG_1325IMG_1326IMG_1327IMG_1328IMG_1331At the end of your meal, an attendant will count your plates to determine the bill. The prices depend on the color of the plate. Ours had a 100 yen- 500 yen price range.

It was another unforgettable food experience in Japan. This proves that you don’t need to spend an extravagant amount of money to experience and enjoy the local cuisine.

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4 Comments

  • Reply Arielle

    Everything looks so good! I’ve never been to a sushi-go-round before, it looks so amazing!

    November 23, 2014 at 2:23 pm
    • Reply Anne Tachado

      Yes! everything was good. Quality was not sacrificed despite the affordable prices. There are lots of sushi restaurants like that in Japan. If ever you are in Japan, you should not miss this experience 🙂 Cheers!

      November 23, 2014 at 11:18 pm
  • Reply cerenihas

    Wish we had places like this in London. Only one with have is a franchise and I can’t say that they give us much choice 🙁

    November 24, 2014 at 12:55 am
    • Reply Anne Tachado

      Really? I’ve always thought that London has a diverse food scene. There are lots in Tokyo which caters to all budget. You can choose from high end restos to family restaurants. I hope someone puts up something like that in London soon 😉 it’s a great business prospect.

      November 24, 2014 at 3:55 am

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