Sushiro – super sushi
If you are hungry (in Fukuoka), if you have a big stomach but a small budget, I recommend this sushi place!
Sushiro is excellent sushi with an increased fun factor. Tasty sushi plates pass by your table on a conveyor belt, you have a touch screen to please greater culinary demands and each plate-portion is 105 to 280 Yen. Of course there are starters and desserts, too!
Sushiro is a Japanese restaurant chain all over Japan. For locations check out their (also English!) site: http://www.akindo-sushiro.co.jp/en/shop/40/index.html
Let me make you drool!
More salmon. I think.
Tamagoyaki. Japanese egg-omelette sushi.
Soups. Like miso and udon.
Deep fried stuff.
Devin here, a delightful gaijin from the States (who teaches English like many foreigners staying long term in Japan), was going to be adventurous and ready to try seaurchin. However, what looked like seaurchin on the plate turned out to be in fact natto (Japanese slimy foul smelling fermented soybeans) and needles to say, a much worse choice. Try Japanese natto – you will either hate or love it!
Better go for some of the tempting desserts.
I love Sushiro’s juicy sweet melon.
Of course I am all in for matcha icecream!
We usually manage 20 to 25 dishes for the two of us. The bill would amount to something like 4.000 Yen for a filling sushi dinner here.
You can use the touchscreen to order more sushi or call the waiter.
Staff will measure the plate tower to calculate the price when you have finished.
How much? Eh, this high!
Watch how to make green tea and a bit of the usual sushi ceremony!
A cool place, right?! Have a tasty and fun weekend!