This place really looked like a diner with its long counter and bar stools; the front of the store had a station for making and selling steamed buns and dumplings.
Diner in Chinatown
Once I got back to Osaka, I headed to the popular Namba district in Downtown. The place is full of shopping and restaurants, so I thought I'd check it out. And I ended up in my very first "conveyor belt" sushi joint. There might be an official name for them, but I don't know what it is.
Three chefs were in the middle of the track prepping and serving the sushi. Even with the items not prepared to order, at just over a dollar per piece for most of the items, it's difficult not to like a place like this for a quick lunch or dinner. Of course, I wonder "how fatty can fatty tuna be when you only charge a dollar per piece?"
Sushi conveyor belt