How (not) to eat at sushi conveyor belts

Kappasushi, Kurasushi, Hamasushi, the chain stores across Japan that provide the conveyor belt (kaiten) sushi experience will outrank the sushi stores in your home country by a hundred million miles. True sushi aficionados will turn their noses up at these ‘fast-food’ sushi restaurants, but for most gaijin, and most Japanese, they offer a cheap and accessible way to get your hands on the fish-and-rice goodness without being judged. Here’s how to do it. Read More