Favourites from my favourite kaiten-zushi setup in Fukuoka: the salmon trio (especially the aburi), lightly pickled vegetables, blanched asparagus with mentaiko and though not pictured, unagi (I had 4, no regrets). I love how it’s so innovative, yet the traditional nigiri is done fantastically – fresh fish with generous servings atop well-seasoned rice that holds its shape. You can also watch as the chefs make your sushi order right in front of your counter seat. It’s not the cheapest conveyor belt sushi, not when you can get 100 yen ones, but it certainly ranks as one of the best. Twice in 2 days is certainly testament to that.
Solaria Stage B2 2-11-3 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka