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Popular Sushi Restaurant at Naha Airport Offers a Unique Menu Using Okinawan Ingredients

Popular Sushi Restaurant at Naha Airport Offers a Unique Menu Using Okinawan Ingredients

Original menu at Naha Airport Sushi Restaurant

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Visitors to Naha Airport (Naha, Okinawa) have been talking about the unique menu and service at Mirai, a conveyor belt sushi restaurant at the airport.

The restaurant was opened on the fourth floor of the domestic passenger terminal in 2006, and is managed by the terminal’s operator, Naha Airport Building. It has an area of about 119 square meters, and can seat 44 customers.

The restaurant offers a creative variety of sushi dishes. Particularly popular selections include Churasan Rolls (bitter melon, pork, egg and green caviar), China Dance (Chinese-style nigiri sushi with hot egg and amatsu ankake sauce) and Sunset Rolls (salmon roe dished up with rolled salmon and avocado), as well as the simple selection of homemade Okinawan dishes. Prices range from 90 to 630 yen per plate.

In addition, the store creates an original, fun atmosphere by giving all the staff foreign nicknames.

A spokesperson from the company said, "As a restaurant run by the airport, we want it to be a fun place with entertaining service and unique dish names you can’t find at regular conveyor belt sushi establishments, so we’ll continue trying to improve our service and develop new dishes."

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