When one thinks of Japan, one often thinks of their advanced technology, robots, food, TV shows and culture. Merging at least two of those concepts, comes the development of sushi served on an E-shaped conveyor belt. Additionally, it includes automatic delivery and a self-ordering system.
If that wasn’t enough to impress, cameras connected to headquarters ensure that service and attention to detail is the best that it can be. It’s a fascinating insight into a uniquely Japanese invention and cultural attitude. It’s interesting and sophisticated, but also offers a window into how technology like this may be used for other applications in sports stadiums, hospitals and elsewhere in the future.