Conveyor belt sushi (Japanese: 回転寿司), literally “rotation sushi”, also called sushi-go-round (くるくる寿司 kuru kuru sushi), is a form of fast-food sushi common in Japan. In Australia, it is also known as a sushi train.
Where the plates with the sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt or moat that winds through the restaurant and moves past every table and counter seat. Customers may place special orders, but most simply pick their selections from a steady stream of fresh sushi moving along the conveyor belt. The final bill is based on the number and type of plates of the consumed sushi. Some restaurants use a fancier presentation such as miniature wooden “sushi boats” traveling small canals or miniature locomotive cars.