Nonta-Zushi is a fun, family-oriented sushi restaurant. Booths, which seat four (six if you don't mind being close together) are arranged around a central kitchen. A multi-level carousel (conveyor belt) goes around all booths. Sushi chefs keep the carousel stocked with a wide assortment of tasty sushi, sashimi, and other items. They have some vegetarian items. Diners simply take any passing plate that looks tempting. There is also a menu, and waitresses, if you'd like something different or don't want to wait for a specific item. Everything, including saki and other drinks, comes on small plates whose color indicates the price. You leave the plates on the table, and at the end of the meal, a waitress uses a hand-held device to total your bill. There were six of us in our booth, and by the end the plates were stacked several feet high.
This restaurant is 100% non-smoking, which is a delightful find in Japan. The food is delicious, the service friendly, the prices reasonable.
It's on the first basement floor (B1F) of the Pacela center, behind the SOGO department store and next to the Rihga Royal Hotel, in Hiroshima, Japan.
One nice touch is a sink at the door for washing your hands. Hand sanitizer is also available.
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