We had Kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi all four days we stayed in Japan. Twice at the Shinjuku place in the big city, once at a smaller place closer to Christopher’s dorm near Kokobunji and once at a pricier place in Shibuya. The boys chose their favorite places but I personally thought the first place was the most fun. AND the cheapest!
Here are some photos of us at all the sushi places
Christopher adding up the number of plates that we have. In these sushi restaurants, the plates are encoded, so all they have to do is come by with a scanner to see how much you owe.
This was the second place near his university area.