Conveyor Belt Sushi in Osaka, Japan (回転寿司) | Cheap Kaiten Sushi for $1! 🍣

Well hello hello guys. Hey guys. It is lunchtime here and today we’re going
for a truly Japanese experience. We are going to be having conveyer belt sushi. Conveyer belt sushi (回転寿司) which is
also known locally as Kaiten sushi (回転寿司). Yes. So excited. Yeah we’ve actually had this before in other
countries. Yeah. So this is our first time to have it though
in Japan and we’re super pumped and we’ve brought our appetites. Oh yeah. So we finally found the restaurant. It was a little bit complicated because it
is on a second floor. I know. We ended up walking through a casino trying
to get here. Through a Pachinko Parlor. Yeah. Anyways this place looked like a gas station
from the exterior. It did. Super confusing but we made it. We’re upstairs. Second floor. They handed us this little map so we are table
29 and then you find your way to your own table. Yep. And then on the side they’ve got the conveyer. They’ve got the conveyer belt with all of
the little plates. They sure do. On the side. Look at that. Everything looks so good. It does. So yeah we’re just going to dig right in. And I think this place just opened like a
few minutes ago. I believe it opens at 10:20 am the morning
so pretty early. You can satisfy your sushi cravings. Late breakfast perhaps. So yeah this is going to be fun. Alright so time for tea. We’ve got our cups right here on the table. You can fill your glass up with hot water. Your cup with hot water. Yep. And then you just open this little jar right
here. And it is a green tea powder. Like matcha. So you just add it. I’m not sure how much powder it needs to flavour
it. Put lots on I like that. You want it strong. Sure. So you do that and then they also have little
spoons so you mix it and then you can enjoy as much green tea as you want with your sushi. And I’m sure we’ll need quite a bit. Yes, to wash it down. All of that fish. Indeed. Oh. Alright Sam what are you seeing so far? What are the options? Oh my gosh there is tonnes. Well you can see there is some shrimp here. I’ve been seeing salmon. I’ve been seeing some stuff that I don’t even
recognize to be perfectly honest which is cool. And so yeah we’re getting ready to grab our
first bite here. What are you hoping will come by next? I think I’m going to start off with salmon. I mean that is a good way to go. Classic salmon or tuna? Classic salmon or tuna. Alright let’s see what is coming by. This looks so good. So good. Come to me. Come to me. Let us begin. We’ve got 4 plates in front of us. I think this is a good start. I was looking for the little bowls where you
pour in the soy sauce but I can’t find any so I’m just going to have to pour it on this
little plate. Actually I’m going to start with this. This looks good. So I’m just going to put some on the plate
and they say that you don’t dip the rice. You dip the fish. And I’ve just discovered that is not soy sauce. That is a very thick sauce. This is soy sauce. There we go. There we go. They also have wasabi that we can add as well. We can dip I’ll show you where that wasabi
is. Right here. Wasabi here. Hahaha. Maybe we can put a little bit on the plate
as well. There you go. We are being very messy right now guys. But yeah this looks like salmon with maybe
melted cheese. Could it be? Mmmm. How is that? Wow. There is a lot of wow? Mmmm. That is so good. Grilled salmon, melted cheese, a little bit
of skin on the side. So good. Okay Sam your turn. Alright. Time to try this. Going to pour a little bit of salmon on top. A little bit of what? Soy sauce. Hahaha. There is already a lot of salmon on top. Sam is a little jet lagged still. Yeah. I am. A bit of wasabi. A bit of wasabi going on. He’s being adventurous with that wasabi. Yeah, I’m going to mix that around a bit. Alright let’s try this. One biter right? Yep. One biter or go home. Mmmm. How is that? Mmmm. It is absolutely wonderful. I’ve been craving salmon so much and to get
it here. And the quality is really decent too. Yeah, I would say so for sure. Yeah. For conveyer belt sushi (回転寿司) this
is really good. Yeah. Yeah. It is just awesome. Ah, it is just such a nice taste. I love salmon. Ready for this. I’m just adding a little bit of soy sauce
directly to the fish. Audrey’s second plate. It already has wasabi. Let’s do this. I wonder what is going on there. Oh my gosh. It looks like there is a lot. I think it is egg. Mmmm. Someone’s alarm is going off huh? Seriously my alarm is going off and I can’t
really shut it off at the moment. Mmmm. I’ll hide it under the table. That is good. Is it good? Oh my gosh. Do you know what is in it? Mmmhmm. Just give me one second. My mouth is full. It was a huge piece. That took me a while. I can tell you what is in it. So let’s take a closer look at this one I
still have on the plate. So we’ve got an egg and you know the way they
cook the eggs here in Japan just to perfection. Not too hard not too soft. So you’ve got a bit of that egg, some chives. Yep. You’ve got fish. I couldn’t tell you exactly what kind it is
but it is so tasty. It might be tuna. It could be. It has got like a mayo sauce. No mayo. This is the egg. Oh sorry that is the egg. The white part. Of course. Just a little bit runny. Okay. It has got rice wrapped in seaweed. Wonderful. That was a good pick. If there is any others similar in size. I’ve got to try that. Yeah. Definitely. Sam’s turn. He found something else. Yep. So let’s try this. I believe I’ve had this kind before. And I think it might be a sweet type of tofu
covering (Inari Sushi – いなり寿司). I’m not entirely sure. That reminds me of the fish cakes we had in
Korea. So I’m curious as to what the ingredient is. Mmmm. It is not fish. That is really sweet. Inside it is rice. Yep. Mmmm. How do you like it? I think it is kind of a sweet tofu based tasting. Yeah. I really like it. It is sweet. It is almost like you could have this as like
a dessert sushi. It is really really good. Mmmm. We are trying to decide what we’re going to
get next. We’ve seen a few beef ones go by. There is octopus as well. Alright so this looked interesting. Um I’ve already been picking at it but basically
it is some rice with salmon and some chives. So it kind of looks like the filing for the
sushi (すし) minus the seaweed right. Minus the nori. Yeah. Yeah. But yeah it is pretty good. It is interesting. Tasty? Mmmhmmm. Everything has been tasty. I also think this is probably going to be
a different price because it is a different coloured plate. Yes. Yeah, that is right. That is the first coloured plate like that. All of these have been blue. And those are 100 Yen. So at this restaurant you can also win some
prizes. Once you’ve eaten five of these blue dishes
and we’ve already got six at the table. What you do is you grab them and you start
putting them in this hole right here. Right here. And then you have the chance to win a prize
because up top they have like. Up top they have these boxes with toys. You know those that come in the plastic capsules
and you open it and there is a prize in there. So yeah sometimes you win sometimes you don’t. Fingers crossed we’ll get a little something
here. I like our luck today. Here we go we’re about to return our dishes. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And we wait and we wait. Does anything happen? Maybe yes? Maybe no? Maybe yes. Womp womp. Hahaha. Hahaha. We didn’t get a prize. We have to eat five more. Hahaha. Now for a non-fish dish. This doesn’t look traditional at all. I think this could be potentially bacon and
cheese. Yeah. Let’s try it. Mmmm. Oh wow. That is. Hahaha. And the interesting part is that it actually
it has like a sweet kind of teriyaki sauce as well. Oh. So it is really really good. Oh my gosh. That is not traditional at all but it is delicious. Hahaha. I love it. And time for another. So you tried this one. Not a fan. You didn’t like it. It was a bit fatty for me. Yeah so it is like fatty beef with the sauce. Mmmm. What do you think? Yeah, I prefer the bacon one. Yeah? But I don’t mind it though but the bacon one
is definitely better. Alright you’ve got yours and you’ve also got
mine then. There we go. Enjoy my friend. Hahaha. Enjoy. So we have accumulated yes another five plates. Another stack of five. So we’re going to try our hand to see if we
can win ourselves a prize. That special prize. Let’s do it. Put them in like this? One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Guys I think we’re going to try one more time. We already have two extra plates and we will
have three more plates of this. Three more plates of food. That is right. This is one way that they just keep you eating
more and more to win the prize. It is a very clever business move. Oh my gosh. I must say. It is very clever. I accidentally ate a big chunk of wasabi and
I’m still recovering. But anyways we’ve accumulated another five
dishes guys. Will the third time be the charm? One can only hope. Let’s do it. Oh no! What? I hit a home run. He hit a home run! What the heck. No prize. So evil. I almost feel like we’ve got to keep playing
until we win. No way. Okay. Fifteen plus seventeen. We’ve had 17 dishes. We’re going to get dessert though. So we are stuffed. That is the end of the sushi (すし) but
we are going to have dessert. And here at the table we’ve got like this
cool little tablet where you can select additional items like specialty items and they have a
whole bunch of desserts like there is cakes, there is shaved ice, tarts, donuts, french
toast. So I think we’re each going to get a little
dessert and yeah we’ll show you how it works. So it is very easy to change the language
here. You can select whether you want Korean, English,
Japanese. We’re going for English of course and yeah
here is our dessert selection. So what do you want Sam? Go next a couple of times to show what else
there is. So you can see there is cream puffs, pudding. One more. Yeah and that is our shaved ice. So you want shaved ice. I want this. One milk or no milk? No milk. So now we go order. The order was heard. Thank you. Your order was heard. Cool. (Speaking Japanese) So it arrived. Mango shaved ice. Alright so my shaved ice made it. This looks like uh a mango jam or a mango
jelly and you just mix it all together. Super refreshing in the summertime. So we’re going to have a little bit. In the summertime eating our mangoes. Duh duh duh. That is really good. Is it good? We used to have something quite similar to
this in Korea. Bingsu. Sulbing? Yeah. That is right. Sulbing and Patbingsu. And the sulbing. Yeah, which is shaved ice. Yeah. With milk and beans. Yeah. Yeah. And you can get a whole bunch of different
toppings that is popular here. On a hot day you can’t beat this. Uh huh. And we are still waiting for your dessert. Yep. Coming. Look. There we go. Dessert time. My caramel toast has arrived. Take a look. It looks like we’ve got some chopped up strawberries,
we’ve got ice cream with a little bit of caramel sauce on of course. Some chopped up nuts and of course the star
the toast. But let’s try that. Let’s try everything. A miniature french toast. It is. It is really small. It is a little portion. Big scoop of ice cream though. This one was 250 Yen. In comparison to the 100 Yen dishes we’re
having. Yours was as well I think. Yeah. 250. Yep. What do you think? Oh that is nice. Yeah. It is also refreshing too. Yep. The ice cream is more of a refreshing than
it is milky. Oh, so it is good. The more water based. Yes. Alright guys so that was a wonderful conveyer
belt sushi meal. A feast of sushi conveyer belt feasts. Hahaha. Anyways it is time for me to check out. And as you can tell here this is all of the
data we’ve accumulated. We have 17 plates. I’m not sure what the 14 means. I think that is just maybe our station. And I have no idea what that means. It also tracks our dessert items. Yes, it does. Yeah. So we can press the check out. So we just finished paying the bill. We sure did. The way it works is you press the check-out
button yep on the tablet. Then a guy comes over he makes sure you’ve
put in all your plates. Yep. To make sure everything is being tracked. Then you go to the front with the little number
you get when you first arrive at the restaurant and then you pay. You pay. Exactly. The total was the total came to 2376 Yen which
was what $21.70 US dollars. Less than 22 US dollars. Yes. For all of that sushi (すし). So less than eleven US dollars per person. It was so good. And we’re leaving stuffed. It was so good. Yeah. And it was just such a fun experience. Yes. I would come back again. In fact we have a friend we’ll be meeting
up with in Tokyo and we want to take him there. We’re going to take him to this chain. For sure.

100 comments on “Conveyor Belt Sushi in Osaka, Japan (回転寿司) | Cheap Kaiten Sushi for $1! 🍣”

  1. Morgan Bennett says:

    If you want to try more kaitensushi (and more chances for prizes) when you head closer to Tokyo, try out Genki Sushi! I've only been to the one in Shibuya, but they have a few other locations scattered around Tokyo. I've won a few coupons and cute keychains on the menu screen mini games 🙂

  2. Helen Macapagal says:


  3. alquine ralph miranda says:

    Very hungry while watching this. To think I just had my breakfast. Haha

  4. melanieblaser says:

    Nice Video! But :
    Please dont use the spoon to put wasabi direkt on the food… other people use the same spoon and wasabi jar…

  5. ลุงต่อพากิน food travel says:

    Oh good sushi

  6. FitAngie says:

    I have always wanted to experience the conveyor belt sushi places, I’ve seen them in a few videos and it looks so awesome. That sushi looks wonderful 😍😍😍😍😍

  7. Lynn Moore says:

    Really enjoyed watching this one! IMO you got a lot of good food for the total price per person! I think I know who that friend is who your going to take for conveyor food in Tokyo! I really enjoy all of your videos & this channel is a very nice uplifting one! Thanks & safe travels!

  8. Ian Paul Saligumba says:

    Wow 😮👍 Im so ignorant when it comes to the food of other countries

  9. Benson Guu says:

    Been following your channel for a long time… So nice

  10. Peter Kelly says:

    Wow … looks like you can eat there very reasonably. Funny the misconceptions you get in your head prior to actually touching down in a place , I had always thought Japan extremely expensive for food. My father , who I have mentioned worked as a Chief Flight Attendant for QANTAS from the days they had flying boats , always told me the story of his ordering rockmelon on the breakfast menu in a hotel , mind you in those days QANTAS staff stayed at the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Imperial Hotel , and they asked if he was aware a slice was like $100 ? I bet it's still $100 at the Imperial , next time your in Tokyo drop in and ask …. better still stay there and order from the room service menu … 😉

  11. Nisa Mårtenson says:

    I believe you had the salmon mentai sushi.. It's not cheese, it's cod roe (mentaiko) and japanese mayo. My children prefers it with ebi (prawn).

  12. Xiang Jie Lay says:

    powder first, then water, no spoon

  13. CyPsyShyGuy says:

    advanced country in infrastructure and technology; but like most of south-east asia, primitive food wise…still eats raw fish and uses sticks to eat.

  14. Alice Madness says:

    Are u sure u guys didnt take other people's sushi what they ordered on the belt??? Usually u order the sushi on the tablet and then wait for it to arrive x.x and hpw do they know how many plates u had to pay for it when u put them in the game hole area???

  15. Yuka T says:

    Looks like so many non-Japanese conveyor belt sushi experts from all over the world watching your video😆

  16. Takuya Ono says:

    I am very happy because you are enjoy like children.Please do not hesitate to ask restaurant staff if you have something unclear.They will gladly answer.

  17. Tao Hsieh says:

    Sam, too much soy sauce on that tuna. Haha haha, you guys are cute

  18. The Go To Family says:

    We ate at the one close to Namba Oriental Hotel (basically smack dab in the middle of Osaka, where they have all the pachinko machines), I forget what it was called… but I think this is a different place. We really stuffed ourselves for cheap there LOL and the sushi for 1$ beats any kind of sushi in Canada, any day of the week.

  19. nao sk says:


  20. spud0606 says:

    I have never seen a more ugly tranny than Audrey! What a physically UGLY person!

  21. bildahome says:

    I hate girls with rings in there nose after al the work we did to get ride of slaves

  22. bildahome says:

    En als je toch in Japan bent moet je zeker geen verse shusi proberen maar lopende band, net als in Amsterdam…

  23. bildahome says:

    Als je een vakantie met vers eten niet kan betalen moet je gewoon NIET op vakantie gaan!

  24. いーのいーの says:


  25. H S says:

    Lol..this is a funny way of eating! I hear there are some in Toronto which I am going to going to Japan is not an option..very good price for all that! lucky the conveyor belt doesnt zoom so fast as to no be able to grab food! cute idea with you think we should adopt this in Canada…like Tim Hortons!! it would be fun! Thanks for sharing guys , your awesome!

  26. Lilli pod says:

    That looks like a trick to get you to return your plates

  27. Gianna Giavelli says:

    6:37 Inari… tofu skin pocket, with a bit of soy and sugar stuffed with rice. doitashimate

  28. Ming-Yun Lam says:

    Sexy thumbnail

  29. honeypiesweet03 says:

    Sushi? Love it! Big amount of bill!? Good one!

  30. channel papy says:

    21.7$…….Super cheap!

  31. rotitelor says:

    All the sushi chefs at my local conveyor belt restaurant are from Mexico. And they are good.

  32. Vatsek says:

    Cheaper than in California.

  33. John K says:

    I'm Japanese and I'm really happy that you guys have good days in Japan!
    I have a tip for your trip in Japan.
    If you use trains and subways in Japan, you'd better buy an IC card.
    You can buy it at most of stations, and use all of Japanese trains.
    With this, you don't need to buy a ticket each time.
    It's really useful.

    There are many tipe of IC cards in Japan; you can buy an ICOCA card in Osaka, and PASMO or Suica in Tokyo.(You don't need to care which to buy. The only difference are name and design)

    it just costs ¥500 for deposit and you can get back money when you leave Japan.

  34. Rob Villegas says:

    Looking mighty sexy in that thumbnail, Sam…

  35. Chris Sullivan says:

    Very entertaining and informative.
    Thank You for sharing.

  36. Silver Chopsticks says:

    That first salmon nigiri was not covered with melted cheese. That was drizzled mayonnaise.

  37. Sato Yoshihisa says:

    Where are you guys from ? I'm Japanese. enjoy Japan trip.

  38. ti portangeles says:

    Please watch this video update on FUKUSHIMA.  You're literally putting your life on the line.  I got radiation poisoning 3 months after the COMPLETE FUKUSHIMA meltdown.  I lost 130 lbs, vomited for 6 months, lost most of my hair, and had chronic diarrhea. I was a walking skeleton and nearly died. I had a thyroid/radiation test and I was contaminated.  I live in Port Angeles, Washington, USA.  We were the 1st mainland state to be hit by the fallout from Fukushima.  Our sea life was decimated and we lost about 95% of our sea birds and sea mammals.  The orcas are still in decline. .  It continues today.  I also have neurological damage and have been told I may develop cancer by my specialist.  I was 4500 miles from the meltdown.  Just imagine how the people feel under gag orders in Japan.  Where can they go? mainstream media is under a gag order as well.  You need to research this for yourself. Use DuckDuckGo. Not Google or Wikipedia.  All are controlled.abeautifulgirlbydana  channel is a good channel on YouTube, as an intro to the cover up. This is another channels video below.  very sobering.  Great video, although I cringed about exposure.'m sorry to be a doggie downer. but you life is as precious as mine or anyone else's. Thumbs up on the video.  Great content.

  39. noboru kugata says:

    なぜ、こんなに日本の文章がほぼ正確に書けるのでしょうか?私の使ってるgoogle翻訳機能は日本語がうまく他国語に翻訳できない。日本語の言い回し方が、あまりにも多いので現代の翻訳機能ではうまく翻訳できないのだと思う。それにしても日本にマッチした人たちですね。しっかりリサーチして旅行していることに感心します。良い旅をしてください。大阪より^^Why can you write almost Japanese sentences so precisely? I can not translate Japanese into other languages well because my google translation function is used. I think that it is not possible to translate well with modern translation function because there are so many ways of expressing Japanese. Anyway, they match people in Japan. I admire that I am steadily researching and traveling. Please travel good. From Osaka ^ ^

  40. ully safitri says:

    aiyaaa…. don't put wasabi spoon directly to the food! other people use the same spoon also.

  41. REVALG says:

    Thanks for sharing this delicious adventure! 😄 From Massachusetts USA

  42. chinteng Tu says:

    No, it's too expensive. Please you can come to taiwan.

  43. DARK ENERGY says:

    Always love sushi. so yummy 😋 I bet the Japanese food in Japan is the best 🙂 It is cold already in Japan? Hope you guys can do some street food tour also the live seafood market "Catch and cook" loll…

  44. luci oura says:

    In Kyoto, you should definitely try the restaurant kyoto kuishinbo restaurant (!!! I was there in my visit about 3 years ago, and it is a blast!!! A suuuper small restaurant (3 tables at most), full with locals, and the owner loves to talk with tourists about the city’s temples (we have got great tips with him!)!! Love your channels both in English and Spanish!

  45. The Fomads says:

    We love conveyer belt sushi too!

  46. Lerchan G says:

    i have tried many conveyor belt sushi places in japan. some hits and misses but mostly they are tasty and hit the spot. it's cheap because big stores get better deals when buying ingredients. if you go to tokyo, i'd highly recommend sushi zanmai, price is still relatively cheap, mid range price but quality is a little better

  47. Tiffany Ding says:

    i love conveyor belt sushi, i always eat so much haha.

  48. Donald Wood says:

    Ok I'm going there on my trip! You guys are real foodies lol… Making me hungry

  49. George W. Jeffery says:

    No third time lucky for you, but did you cross your fingers and feet ?

  50. ieatroches95 says:

    Just a question, is sam ok? he's mouth is shivering in @ 2:25 – I hope he's not sick or anything! Come on Sammyboy!

  51. Bluelithium says:

    Great video. A combination food and Japanese restaurant technology video all in one.

  52. *NZ Maori* says:

    This is the first time I've seen Audrey take a big bite and it was awesome. Still an amazing channel that I've enjoyed for a while and keep up the great work ❤

  53. Travel with Ivan says:

    So gross with the cross contamination….

  54. Plejade says:

    Don't know uf someone already wrote but you asked what kind of Sushi that pouch was, stuffed with rice. Inari Sushi. Deep fried tofu pouches and inside is just rice, sweet and soooo delicious one of my most liked 😀 subscribed just right now, binge watched your Japan series and happy I found you. Lovely greetings from Switzerland ^^/

  55. Tango Foxtrot says:


  56. Carola Ko says:

    6:23 it's Inari Sushi. Sushi rice inside a pocket Fried tofu boiled in a sweet soy base sauce.

  57. Akiko M. says:

    Most of plates🍣 are ¥108(including tax 8%). They're so reasonable. I like Kura-sushi, too. And I also like Kappa-sushi.

  58. funny trends says:

    I am going to JAPAN next week …..
    😉😉with my family…

  59. Bobbius Shadow says:

    Very nice video, love this series, and the others too…. The most technological conveyor sushi restaurant I've ever seen, liked it. I was wondering where the dishes go, my hypothesis, directly to a washing machine line and stacked back up for the cooks.

  60. Gibby Liang says:

    Okay seriously not to be a dick or hurt anyone’s feelings but does Sam have Tourette’s or does he just have weird mannerisms. His face and hands just twitch a lot so I was just curious

  61. TheMYTUBE7 says:

    You are allways the perfect egg eater

  62. Gabrielle Maimon says:

    You guys are adorable 😁😁 love the content definitely subscribing!

  63. PRETTY JO L says:

    It takes a total of 35 plates

  64. Kay Kreates Da Beat says:

    What happens if you don't finish something

  65. Janet Rivas says:

    speak in spanish

  66. QING CAO says:

    Hahah….just wow? Tell me fast how delicious it is, I see that from you face, so can't wait for a whole minute, yummy yummy…

  67. Corndog says:

    その醤油(soy sauce)の瓶(bottle)は頭の白いところを押す(Push head)と出る仕組みですよ。

  68. Michael Sylvester says:

    Very interesting on having a conveyor belt . But all in all looks delicious.

  69. Shigeki Nakayama 中山繁樹 says:

    Nice!!!!! I want to eat Japanese sushi now haha and also I wanna get GH5! What lens are you using?!

  70. Amir Reza Sadaghiani says:

    Cool, what a nice video, BTW: hi to both of you. I've tried a number of Kaiten Sushi style joints in Dubai in the past…..perfect restaurant concept to have food and have fun……

  71. Amir Reza Sadaghiani says:

    OMG, I forgot to comment on the last part of your video…….personally, I am quite open-minded and I love free-spirited ppl, but when it comes to Japan……I just love their whole mentality when it comes to being quirky….whether they are young or old, …..these ppl love their Manga(s)……Quite honestly, to me, it's kind of silly and juvenile nonetheless fun……But to too many Westerners and those of us from the Middle East, it seems childish……but then again who needs "weed" when you can get high on Manga(s)….especially at places like Restaurant, WC….etc…. 🙂

  72. krizzyboo4life says:

    Are you guys going to go to Amsterdam????

  73. Dave American-Suisse says:

    I would love to try that conveyor belt sushi restaurant when I visit Japan! 👍👍👍. The food looks very appetizing and the price is unbelievably cheap.👍👍👍

  74. Takayuki Aoki says:


  75. white lady says:

    I like Mungo Jerry's In The Summertime☆:*・゚(●´∀`●)ホェ:*・

  76. Louis L says:

    Sam's face and mouth expression at 0:35 is hilarious. Thank you so much for brightening up my day.

  77. DJ Rapi says:

    Let's put hot water after putting tea powder in the Cup.

  78. Treasure Hunt Foodies says:

    I that looks soooooo delicious!! I'm pretty sure I would go crazy and grab too much off the line!!! Lol°

  79. לי היימליך says:

    wow, that's a great video!

  80. Postkarte für Pauline says:

    you show me the world. thank you.

  81. ながやまようこ says:


  82. agustin jaime barcia says:

    its pachinko, not pachenko xD

  83. トンロン says:


  84. Takayuki Aoki says:

    Kula Revolving Sushi Bar | Come Experience The Real Sushi-Go-Round

  85. Kelsey Sturm says:

    I need to stop watching these kinda videos when I’m making dinner makes me want other things but I’m still hungry

  86. Kelsey Sturm says:

    Someone who had enough money to open a chain across the us would make a lot of money like this just saying I’d do it but I ain’t got that money …hint …hint

  87. The Colt 45 show says:

    Japanese people call there soy sauce shoyou

  88. Ninnette says:

    Loll I saw you do the green tea wrong wondered if anyone told you and half of the comment did 😂😂

  89. David Wags says:

    I’ve never seen anyone win

  90. Amanda Meister says:

    They have Kura sushi in the state as well! – LA, and Bay Area

  91. stylez914 says:

    Your video helped me get around Toronto and was super surprised to see your channel pop up when Im in Osaka. You guys helped me satisfy my sushi cravings in Osaka. Thanks

  92. Павел Коряковцев says:


  93. Ichiban Noodles says:

    Samuel reminds me of the Galloping Gourmet after he tastes food !

  94. Mar Kerny says:

    Loved the video! Also liked the comments with correct sushi etiquette! Now I know!

  95. Mário D. says:

    As of this moment, I am right here at the same sushi restaurant you guys came by and approved in Osaka. Im loving it. Come explore Brazil too and youtub about it. Cheers. 🇯🇵🇧🇷

  96. ぐぐりぐぐる says:

    That soy sauce container , you should push the lid to pour.

  97. Terry Carroll says:

    10/10 would recommend

  98. Tee Jay says:

    Need more of these in the States

  99. Grey Fox says:

    Sam ,mind me asking what put you off eggs? Ever tried sukiyaki and shabu shabu? 🙂

  100. Grey Fox says:

    Canadians and salmons… 😂

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