STAFF AND SERVICE
The staff didn't really speak any English but that certainly wasn't a problem for us. They had a translated menu and the pricing was simple - each plate represented a different price, plus you could just grab what you wanted off of the conveyor belt.
The food was tasty, fresh, and there was a good selection of different options. I'm not even a big fan of sushi and was happy with the food and the options.
At the low end, plates were ¥140 and at the high end ¥540, with 3 other price points in between. Each plate typically had two large pieces of nigiri zushi or sushi rolls. My wife and I ate until we were full and spent about ¥2,500 for our dinner.
The atmosphere was great. Most of the patrons were Japanese but we still get very welcome. The place was busy for dinner service. The sushi chefs prepared food items in the center of the restaurant and seating was all around giving everyone a great view.
Great experience if you want to try a conveyor-belt sushi restaurant - I would go back.
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