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This Toy Brings the Novelty of A Revolving Sushi Restaurant Straight to Your Home

Sushi Toy

While some kids are making cupcakes with their Easy-Bake Ovens, kids in Japan are learning how to make their own sushi. The new children’s toy is a conveyor belt that allows them to create and enjoy revolving sushi without ever having to step foot in a restaurant.

Appropriately named “Super Seizing At Home Conveyor Sushi,” the  belt comes with four mini plates attached to a toy ship. Each plate is able to hold a few pieces of sushi as it loops around a circular track. The belt also comes with tools that helps teach  kids  how to make sushi at an early age. While it doesn’t boast the convenience of having chefs make your sushi for you, it does bring the fun novelty of a conveyor belt restaurant straight to your home.

The Super Seizing At Home Conveyor Sushi is only available in Japan and while it’s marketed towards children, I’m sure a fair share of adults will reach for their wallets.

H/T Kotaku

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This Restaurant Serves Gourmet French Food on a Conveyor Belt

French Belt

Similar to the spirit of the revolving sushi (kaiten-zushi) restaurants popping up, the French restaurant Medi Terra Nea is in the business of serving food à la conveyor belt. Because who wouldn’t want their food served to them instantly via machine? Located in France, the restaurant is a casual nook that attracts both tourists and locals.

Belt Tables

Patrons can grab whatever item they wish to try from the belt. On the dish, there is a card attached with a name, description and price for the item. After they grab their dish, the card is placed in a bucket on the table. At the end of the meal, the waitress adds together the cards to calculate the final bill.

However, the only items served on the belt are hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Diners can swoop up savory dishes like Carmina Burrata, as well as sweet desserts like Creme Brûlée. Sadly, main dishes like steak must be ordered through the server, which is understandable because there’d be anarchy.

H/T + Picthx Rocket News 24