Sushi in America in expensive, but in Japan, sushi can be one of the cheapest meals you can eat out. Especially if you go to Kaiten Sushi, or conveyor belt sushi. Many items are low priced and some, like the one we ate at, are 108 yen per plate! And you would be amazed at the variety and quality of sushi you can get for a little over $1 a plate. You can either grab your sushi off the conveyor belt as it goes around the restaurant or you can order from a tablet and the order is delivered, at this restaurant, in a race car on a separate track! There is even a roulette game you can play if you order certain items that might earn you a discount!
We made this little video to give you an idea of what a fun and inexpensive meal kaiten sushi can be.
2 thoughts on “Life in Japan: Kaiten Sushi”
awesome video.. i love sushi.. and ramen…
Okay that did it, Trent wants a ticket to Japan to eat sushi. Praying that everything goes smoothly for the team next week and that God will continue to touch lives in Japan.