Tokyo is home to some of the most esteemed sushi restaurants in the world, but nothing beats a cheap and cheerful conveyor belt sushi outlet that offers plates of nigiri and maki rolls from as low as ¥110.

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The chain is currently present at hundreds of locations nationwide, plus several international outposts in Taiwan and the US. Now it’s opened a new outlet in front of Oshiage Station.

This two-storey restaurant has 47 booths and 33 counter seats, which can accommodate up to 277 people in total. With an area of 834 m² (2.4 times more than regular branches), it takes its place as the world’s largest conveyor-belt sushi restaurant. The space is also decked out in ukiyo-e-style illustrations and colourful lanterns just like the chain’s Harajuku outlet.

The Bikkura Pon capsule toy machine, which is usually installed next to each table, is now made bigger and better with cool digital effects. For every five dish you eat, you have a chance to win not only one but two capsule toys filled with exclusive character keychains or figurines.

According to timeout