Eating Sushi 02 : Conveyer Belt Sushi
I went to a conveyer-belt sushi restaurant with my daughters.
Most of this type of restaurants are adapted for families including children because they serve sushi without wasabi ( we call it “Sabinuki”in Japanese) sweets, toys and juices.
We can take our favorite sushi from a coveyor belt. There are not only sushi but also potatoes, tempura sushi and cakes on the conveyer belt.
In addition, a space shuttle and Shinkansen came to us when we order our favorite sushi with a touch panel. They came very fast compared with other sushi deliverd by the convey-belt.
My youngest daughter mainly ate “Makimono” which is rice rolled in dried laver. The ingredients are natto, cucumber and dried gourd shavings.
My oldest daughter likes an egg sushi and tuna sushi.
There aren’t any sushi which we, parents, don’t like.
Anyway, these sushi were at a reasonable price because all of the sushi cost 100 yen each. My children really enjoyed this restaurant.