One Minute in a Kyoto sushi train restaurant
We have spent a lot of time in Japan’s cheap sushi restaurants. Some are better than others, but all quite a good value – 105Yen per plate ($1.20).
Bellow are pictures for my One Minute project in the place we visited quite often while staying in Kyoto. The setup should be quite familiar to everyone that loves to go to sushi train all over the world. The difference in the Japanese ones from those in Australia has been the touch monitor ordering, which delivers beeping plates on the conveyor belt especially for you, as well as the thick soy sauce alternative along side the normal one. That, and the variety of sushi that rolls on by, which is quite impressive – for example pork, ham, eel, preserved eggplant, bonito, toasted salmon/tuna or with melted cheese and mayo.