Kaiten Sushi Pasaru, whose name refers to conveyor belt sushi, is highly regarded for its delicious yet low-priced sushi. In addition to standard sushi toppings such as tuna and salmon, several rare items like sailfin poacher and jacopever are prepared by the chefs. Fresh Atka mackerel, indigenous to the north Pacific Ocean, is also on the menu and is regarded as the restaurant’s prized cut. This delicious fish can only be eaten in Hokkaido, the home of Atka mackerel. The shop is open 365 days a year and closes at 3.30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights; so, if you fancy a late-night seafood feast, Kaiten Sushi Pasaru has got you covered.
Kaiten Sushi Pasaru
S4 W2, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido