Kappasushi is one of the largest scale sushi chains in Japan. They have more than 300 locations across Japan. Most sushi items cost 100 or 180 or 280 yen.
There are many conveyor belt sushi chains in Japan. These days, some of them changed the conveyor belt system.
Old type conveyor-belt ↑
Kappasushi used to rotate many sushi dishes on the conveyor belt during business hours.
Now, they stopped rotating sushi and improved the slow conveyor belt to a higher speed, like when boarding a train.
New type conveyor-belt ↓
Customers always have to place their orders with screen touch. Soon after, your sushi comes on the high speed belt.
Though, some other sushi restaurants use both systems, such as rotating orders with screen touch. However, those type of restaurants rotate the sushi not so many on the conveyor belt.
English picture menu is available in the restaurant, but there is no English menu on their official website.
You can remove the touch screen from the cradle to place an order.
Website (in Japanese)
In and around Tokyo (Kanto district), most locations are in the suburbs, which are unfamiliar for most tourists.
The photos were taken in 2016 - 2020. Maybe some of the sushi items are discontinued now.