Tokyo – Lost in a Moment

15 02 2009

Interesting yet simple video made by letting a camera go around on a sushi bar conveyor belt.

Filmed by Dennis Wheatley and Stefan McClean.
Music with same name, by Shrift

Letting the video aside, there are lots of sushi chains that works just like that, with the conveyor belts delivering several types of sushis to the costumers. They are called kaiten-zushi.
You can either order sushis and other stuff, or you can pick the ones you find interesting that are passing by. The ones you ordered are marked so no one else gets it.

Usually, you pay for the ammount of dishes in your table. Very practical. I’ll make a post about them later on explaining how they work in detail…

Source: Gizmodo