Kura Sushi is popular in Japan.
Among them, the Asakusa branch is a store that is pushing forward with IT.
It was the first in Japan to have its interior costumes registered with the Patent Office. All in all, it is one of the most advanced conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Japan. Let us introduce you to its system and taste.
- Reception method
- Kura sushi Inside the restaurant
- How to order
- Ninja chopsticks
- Evaluation of the taste
- How to pay
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Many conveyor-belt sushi bars today have automatic reception.
The system is the same as other “Sushiro” and “Hamazushi” restaurants, and this receipt is the seat number and the number at the checkout.
Kura sushi Inside the restaurant
Even as a Japanese, I had never seen such a large space. My seat number is indicated on the electronic display board, and I am number 43.
The decor of the restaurant is probably inspired by Japanese street food. The atmosphere was like a festival.
This time I was alone, so I took a seat at the counter (a seat for one person).
How to order
When you touch the tablet, you will be given a lecture on how to pick up your sushi. After that, you can choose whether you want to use the system where the waiter counts your plate at checkout, or the system where you put your plate in the gap under the belt where the sushi is carried and you get a lottery if you eat a certain amount. If you don’t like loud noises, you can call the waiter when you pay.
You can order from your tablet, just like at the revolving sushi restaurant, or you can order from your cell phone by reading the QR code on the table.
You can also order from your cell phone by reading the QR code on the table. If someone else is ordering, you can just walk in and order without waiting for your turn.
Compared to “Hama-sushi” and “Sushiro”, there are fewer condiments. They are not very particular and are looking for simplicity.
The menu of Kura-Sushi is also available in English and Chinese. And with the exception of special sushi, all items are uniformly priced. This is very cheap. A plate of sushi costs about $1.
You can take all the wasabi you want. It will take a while before you see it again, so be sure to take more in advance.
Even as a Japanese, I had to look for them. I couldn’t find my chopsticks. It was hiding like a ninja. In the middle picture, the chopsticks are under the table, where you insert your hand into the hole and lift up the cut table.
Evaluation of the taste
At Kura Sushi, from what I can see of the sushi rice, it looks as if a machine is probably holding the rice. As is the case with any revolving sushi bar, this is inevitable because of the price.
And use the plate that you took as there are no small plates available for soy sauce in the recent kaitenzushi.
Sushi restaurants that are not chains always have a plate dedicated to soy sauce.
I’ve never had the Tuna Dragon Roll before, but it was very tasty. It’s only available for a limited time, so if you find it, give it a try. If you find it, give it a try. It may suit your taste as a foreigner.
And the Rich Cheddar Cheese Tempura Sushi is also good for foreigners. The cheese is made into tempura and put on the sushi. This is a dish that can be eaten on a regular basis, so try it when you go to Kurazushi.
Lastly, the tuna roll with raw egg.
This is also delicious.
Kura-sushi’s menu is simple and the ingredients are fresh and the sushi is formed and delivered to your hand. The systemization of the restaurant makes ordering stress-free and the prices are reasonable, so it is easy to calculate the bill.
One thing that is missing is a bit more variety in the sushi selection. I guess that is the only way to keep the prices uniform.
How to pay
When you’re full, press the checkout button on the tablet. After that, take the receipt issued at the reception to the checkout counter, where you can scan the barcode into the machine.
Cards, cash, and electronic money are all accepted.
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