In Tokyo, a restaurant turns digital for innovative delivery of dishes
Japan is well-known for its ability to combine tradition and modernity. That’s what the Genki Sushi restaurant has done by mixing an innovative setting with traditional cuisine.
Genki Sushi is located in the Shibuya district. That is the trendiest area of the Japanese capital where innovations are everywhere.
The restaurant follows this trend: at Genki Sushi customers sit down at a long table with two tracks and have a touchscreen on which to order their dishes. They are then delivered by trays that rotate on the tracks.
Taking the form of space shuttles, Formula 1 cars or trains, they stop, as if by magic, in front of the customer. Sushi is ordered in pairs so the tracks are always busy.
Customers pay before leaving but the touchscreen used to order (in Japanese or English) allows customers to keep track of their bill.
The modern aspect of the restaurant has allowed Genki Sushi to not only surprise customers with such original, fun service, but also to make their service as efficient as possible.
It’s worth noting that the restaurant offers a wide range of sushi (with raw octopus, urchins or even salmon eggs).
Sibuya 150 0042