(Well, I didn’t think I will be posting an image from the internet on this blog, But since it is totally related to the theme, I thought ‘why not’?)
Okay, so people who like Japan, or have been there, or just like sushi, must have heard of the word (“回転寿司” -> Kaitenzushi) or “Conveyor belt sushi”. If you haven’t, a Kaiten Sushi restaurant is a fast food restaurant where the sushi passes in front of the seated customers on a conveyor belt, and they pick the plates that they want off the belt, then at the end, the plates are counted and you pay according to the type and number of plates you have had. Simple, right?
Not if you have never been to one before. The above infographic shows some rules and trivia about the do’s and don’ts of Kaiten Sushi in a vibrant colorful manner. (Image links to source.)
When I first found this image, it was posted, accompanied by this lighthearted article on the Japan related website RocketNews24.
Head over to read the article here -> Uber-complicated foreigner-friendly guide to conveyor belt sushi will make your eyes pop out