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Then: Automatic Serving Counter. Now: Conveyor Belt Sushi.

1923 Modern Mechanix Article: Automatic Serving Counter for Lunch Rooms

"Shijakku" Conveyor belt sushi (Image Credit: MC MasterChef [Flickr])

This 1923 article from Modern Mechanix predicted the arrival of the conveyor belt sushi [wiki]! Link - via Eduyayo

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There's a pretty cool video on liveleak from a couple that placed their camera on a sushi bar conveyor belt in Japan. You get a view of the whole restaurant and kitchen. Here's the link:
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There's a place here where you sit at a counter and little boats float by with sushi on it. Way cooler than the conveyor belt. But that chain (genki sushi) is way more popular.
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There used to be a place in downtown Seattle called the Iron Horse that would actually deliver your food to your table by model train. I understand there are similar places still out there, but this particular one is now long gone.
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