Today is the last day in Kyoto. To have the last dinner in Japan, we came to a conveyor belt sushi restaurant called "Uogashi" with my parents and nephews. Before my nephews were born, I've eaten at conveyor belt sushi restaurants only once or twice in my life (I believe my parents had never tried before), but with two small children, there are not many options (especially my nephews are very active!) and thus in the past few years we always visited this type of restaurants with them while I was in Japan.
|"回転" 寿司ではなく、"海転" 寿司なんですね。|
This is the entrance of the restaurant.
Sushi plates were rotating on the
The surf clam.
Sashimi plates can be ordered, too. This is the horse mackerel sashimi.
|赤貝。The pepitona clam|
Another kind of shellfish (I don't know its English name).
The lightly grilled scallop.
The grilled Manila steamer clams.
They were humongous and tasted good.
The inari-zushi (they were for the kids).
The horse mackerel.
Fried fluke bones. Crunchy and good.
The fried octopus.
|鮭 (?) の皮。|
The fried salmon skin.
The fried shrimp.
The sea eel.
The fluke fin.
I forgot what this was...
The sparkling enope squid.
I didn't know, but they served several desserts, too. This is the sticky rice balls that my nephews ordered.