Tonight (Saturday) we drove to a big shopping center area and went out for sushi at a place called "kaiten zushi" which means it is served on a small conveyor belt. But we were the only ones there, so he served us directly. When there are more customers he makes different kinds of sushi and puts it on the conveyor belt and you take off the plate you want as it goes by. You stack up your plates as you eat and then when it's time to pay, the lady counts your stack and charges by the plate. We told the chef we were from South Carolina and he asked if we had this kind of restaurant and of course we said no, but that we did have other sushi restaurants. I think this was the best raw tuna we've ever had, and this kind of place isn't upscale at all.
A couple videos of the revolving belt sushi counter:
Then on to the grocery store...
Pickles, fermented veggies for condiments
Just flowers, not for eating!
Lots of delicious vegetables
Breaded fried ham and mincemeat cake
Ground chicken on the left and ground pork on the right
Lots and lots of fish of many varieties
Rice which is cooked for almost every meal
In the checkout line
You bag your own groceries
Sneaked picture of young girl and her mom
And now home from the parking garage. It's free if you spend over a certain amount.