The original intention of inventing sushi was to reduce the workload of employees and reduce the funding.
Put the sushi on a small plate and let it go around the store with the conveyor belt for a week. This is the practice of turning the sushi restaurant. Sitting next to the rotating conveyor belt, the small plates can be taken off when the favorite sushi passes by. The traditional sushi restaurant is located opposite the sushi chef, one by one, one by one. The characteristics of the rotary sushi restaurant is self-service, and the other is that the checkout system is simple and easy to understand, and the price is close to the people. Anyone can go in and eat.
Japanese sushi was born in 1958. In order to reduce the workload and reduce the expenses of employees, Shiraishi Yoshiaki, who runs a sushi restaurant in Osaka (with no seats, and a sushi restaurant that is standing on the food), began to use the conveyor to bring sushi. He founded the "Swing Yuan Lu Sushi" is the earliest rotary sushi restaurant.
Parisian sushi restaurant Planet Sushi
In the Edo period (1603-1868), sushi used to be a fast food, and it was bought at the roadside stalls. After the Second World War, roadside stalls no longer qualified for the sale of fresh food, so sushi became more and more high-end, and it became an unimaginable existence of the average person. However, the emergence of sushi has made sushi return to the private sector and become a food that ordinary people can afford. Today, the "Shenging Sushi", "Wasabi", "Planet Sushi", "Sushi Dantai" rotary sushi restaurants are not only popular in Australia, the United States, France, Mexico, but also shine around the world.