From okonomiyaki to dango, Japan is a country full of delicious food. There’s something new to be found around every corner, with street food stalls full of karaage and charming character restaurants. But, one thing that a lot of Japanese people seem to love is convenience. There are convenience stores everywhere, cafés that you can quickly nip into and out of and even conveyor belt restaurants.
You heard me right, conveyor belt restaurants. If you’ve never had your food brought to you on a conveyor belt, you haven’t lived. Generally speaking, these kaiten-zushi (rotation-sushi) restaurants can now be found around the world, but they’re incredibly popular in Japan.