Packages of sushi on a conveyor belt
Never Break This Etiquette Rule With Conveyor Belt Sushi

A kaitenzushi, or conveyor belt restaurant, seats you next to a conveyor belt carrying sushi you can pick and choose from. After you’re done eating, keep your plates on your table.

Hygiene and bad manners aside, the pricing model of these establishments vary, with some color-coding the plates to indicate the type and price of sushi you chose.

You should stack your plates on your table so a server can come by, quickly count the plates, and calculate your total bill.