I hope this comes to Hiroshima!

Good morning everyone,

It's going to be a windy, rainy day today. It might be a good idea to just stay home and watch a movie. I hope this rain doesn't cause any more problems for the people affected by the heavy rain earlier this month. Tomorrow will be cloudy with a chance of rain and then it'll clear up at some point on Tuesday and we can expect hot, sunny weather for the rest of the week.

Lots of restaurants are starting to offer sweet all-you-can-eat deals over here in Japan. Whether it’s KFC’s crispy fried chicken or a beer garden with no time limit on the all-you-can-drink plan, summer is a great time to be in Japan.

And now things are about to get better as Kanagawa Prefecture-based conveyor belt sushi restaurant Kappa Zushi is stepping up to offer all-you-can-eat sushi deals. Three plans are available to customers, and all come with free access to drinks for the ultimate dining experience.

Patrons of the regular plan will have 69 types of dishes at their disposal, including popular staples like amberjack, salmon, salmon roe, and tuna sushi.

▼ The cheese mayonnaise salmon sushi is surprisingly good.

▼ Finish off the meal with a cheesecake, pudding, or some ice cream.

Those hoping to get their money’s worth may find it in the special plan (1,980 yen) which offers an additional 35 dishes for a total of 104.

▼ The extra 35 options include indulgent treats like
scallops, fatty tuna, and even roast beef.

The premium plan costs 2,480 yen and allows unfettered access to the entire menu of 113 dishes, a whopping selection that’ll satisfy any sushi connoisseur. It’s perfect if you fancy salt-water eel, Norwegian salmon, or a mini strawberry cake parfait.

▼ Here are the additional nine choices for the premium plan.

This all-you-can-eat sushi fest is only available on weekdays, running from 25 July to 10 August, and from 20 August to 31 August. Not all Kappa Zushi stores are participating in the promotion though, as only the Kanagawa areas listed below will offer unlimited plans:

1. Yokohama Totsuka
2. Yamato Shimowada
3. Kawasaki Ichinotsubo
4. Kita Shin-Yokohama
5. Tsuokacho
6. Sagami Ono
7. Minami Rinkan
8. Hiratsuka
9. Hadano
10. Zushi
11. Yokosuka Miharucho

Before rushing out to dive into Kappa Zushi’s sushi heaven, be aware that online reservation is mandatory for the promotion, which can be easily done. All customers sitting at the same table must opt for the same plan.

Whether you’re craving for some quality sushi or looking for a unique eating experience, look no further than Kappa Zushi.

I'm heading to Tokyo in October, but unfortunately this will be over by then...hmmm...luckily there are lots of things to have in Tokyo!

Have a great day!

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