It’s not High-Grade Sushi or Conveyor Belt Sushi—It’s Delivery Sushi!
Actually, there are many times where I’ll eat delivery sushi on a daily basis in Japan. It’s delivered to your house like pizza so you can have it like fast food.
The sushi is put in a bucket called an “oke” and brought to you. The typical order for delivery sushi is in a set.
You can also order individual ones like at a kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) place. I love salmon roe called “ikura” so I added them! Looks like they’re gonna spill out~
From left, kanpyo-maki, inari-sushi aaaaand maguro-chirashi! It also comes with Japanese soup.
Everyone was so hungry so we ended up getting convenience store temaki sushi lol
Try it when you’re in Japan!