Green tea, soy sauce, wasabi, and gari (pickled ginger) are all right in front of you.
How to serve tea for yourself:
Scoop one spoonful of tea powder. Push the black button with your cup. Be careful, it is super hot!
What is the leaf?
Some sushi bars will serve your sushi on a large bamboo leaf placed in front of you. Just leave it there, and he will keep placing your ordered sushi there.
The plates indicate price
At rotating sushi restaurants, the color or pattern on the dish indicate either the price or whether or not the sushi includes wasabi.
You can order on the screen
Most sushi places with a rotating conveyor belt will have a touch screen above each table, and you can make specific orders from there.
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If you can't find the sushi you want to eat on the conveyor, you can make an individual order. When your order is ready, sometimes it will be delivered to your table on a bullet train!
How to pay
In Japan, usually payments are not made at the table, but in the front of the restaurant.
At kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants, the number of plates you have eaten must be counted, and then you will receive the check.
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