We went to Ka-i-ten-zu-shi restaurant (回転寿司レストラン), Ku-ra-zu-shi (くら寿司) Ku-hon-ji branch store in Kumamoto City for the first time after Kumamoto Earthquake. Kurazushi is one of the Kaitenzushi restaurants. Kaitenzushi is a type of inexpensive semi-self-service sushi restaurant. Various kinds of sushi on small plates are traveling continuously on the conveyer belt. When they are passing along the counter seats after you have a seat, you ca take whatever you want to eat. When you order directly, touch panel is very useful. In that case, the sushi you ordered is delivered soon through Express (bullet train) Lane Staffless Conveyer. I felt interested in the system mechanically. No staff delivers sushi. Please try Conveyor Belt Sushi at least once when you visit Japan.
Various Sushi toppings
|海老 (えび, エビ)
|鮭 (さけ, サケ)
|比目魚 (ひらめ, ヒラメ)
|鰈 (かれい, カレイ)
|鯛 (たい, タイ)
|蛸 (たこ, タコ)
|鮪 (まぐろ, マグロ)
|belly of tuna with a high fat content|
|belly of tuna with a medium fat content|
fish meat that is red in color such as tuna, bonito, etc.
Various Sushi toppings taken from belt conveyor by us (July 8, 2016)
Binchou (びんちょう) is a Bin-cho Ma-gu-ro, that is, longfin white tuna.
Green shiso and squid. O-ba-ma-i-ka (大葉真イカ) in Japanese. Green shiso means o-ba (大葉) in Japanese.
Cho-ko-ke-ki (チョコケーキ) is a chocolate cake as a dessert.