Kaitenzushi

Japanese revolving sushi restaurant creates solo-diner capsules for a private world of sushi

Perfect for when you’d like to be alone with the fish.

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Sushi tacos now on sale in Japan — Can this cross-cultural cuisine please our biggest taco fan?

After falling in love with tacos in Mexico, our taste tester tests the newest outside-the-box idea from Sushiro.

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Japanese revolving sushi restaurant chain stops revolving during coronavirus outbreak

But customers wonder if it will do anything to help the growing health crisis.

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New sushi types: chocolate citrus yellowtail and cheddar cheese tempura. Crazy, or crazy good?

One of Japan’s favorite revolving sushi chains goes way outside the box, but has it gone too far?

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Japan’s favorite super-cheap revolving sushi restaurant finally comes to Akihabara!

Once strictly for the suburbs, Sushiro lets fans in Tokyo’s otaku district enjoy tasty sushi and still have plenty of cash left over for anime merch.

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Meat lovers, you can now satisfy your carnivorous cravings at this revolving sushi restaurant!

Who says you have to eat raw fish at a conveyor belt sushi restaurant? Sushiro has something for everyone to enjoy!

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Disgusting video shows sushi chef grabbing fish out of trash can, seemingly in order to serve it

One of Japan’s most popular sushi restaurant chains says fish did not reach customers, but there’s still plenty to lose your appetite about.

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Want free all-you-can-eat sushi in Tokyo? Revolving chain wants your YouTube video in exchange

Grab your camera and your chopsticks, because Kappa Sushi is making an offer you won’t want to refuse.

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This restaurant’s US$0.45 sushi is an amazing way to expand your sushi horizons in Tokyo

More variety than we’d hoped for at far less than we’d ever expect to pay make this a great place to try types of sushi you’ve never had before.

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What’s the best type of sushi to end a meal on? Japanese survey picks the pieces

You can love many kinds of sushi, but for your last piece, you can only have one, so which one should it be?

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Japan’s Sushiro revolving sushi chain stops revolving with conveyor-less food court branch

Ramen, draft beer, and sake also on the menu at branch that’s part of a trend of de-mobilizing sushi.

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Video of still-moving seafood at extra-cheap sushi chain startles, entices Japanese Twitter【Vid】

It’s almost like this piece of sushi is saying “Hi!” before it gets eaten.

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Four things to remember when you try Japan’s hottest all-you-can-eat sushi deal

You might think “all-you-can-eat sushi” is all you need to hear, but here are some things you’ll want to know so that you don’t waste your money.

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50-cent sushi added to one of Japan’s favorite sushi chains, perfect for newbies, variety-lovers

Eating sushi in Japan is about to get even more awesome.

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Sushi chain’s Halloween-themed menu includes black squid-ink curry, purple mayo, and “eyeballs”

These grotesque treats are full of tricks!

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All-you-can-eat sushi, ramen, and desserts return to Japanese restaurant chain for under 15 bucks

The deal, which includes unlimited soft drinks too, is back, and better than ever.

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Move over revolving sushi – Japanese cafe floats desserts to you on a beautiful river counter!

Eatery delivers sweets, drinks with the elegant cooperation of flowing water.

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Dramatic, must-take photo opportunities have been hiding in Japan’s revolving sushi restaurants

If you can resist eating that mouth-watering sushi for just a while longer, you’ll be rewarded with awesome pictures.

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Sharpen your sushi-selecting skills with the High Speed Sushi-Go-Round Quiz! 【Videos】

This video quiz just might be the first step to acquiring the speed and precision to become a revolving sushi master.

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Conveyor belt sushi chain taking the bold, eco-friendly step of getting rid of all its conveyors

Kaitenzushi restaurants have come a long way. In the beginning, their system of having diners grab their own plates of sushi from a revolving conveyor belt was seen as a quirky technological novelty, or by more severe critics as a sub-par tarnishing of the proper sushi-eating experience.

Since then, though, kaitenzushi has become one of the most broadly beloved sectors of the Japanese restaurant industry, having grown so popular that certain operators are experimenting with unique new kaitenzushi niches. Now, one company is planning to take its revolving sushi restaurants into a bold new direction by revamping them so that the sushi doesn’t revolve.

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