Time Out says
Could this be the next evolution for the two Tokyo icons sushi and vending machines? This self-styled 'world's first sushi burito restaurant' marries the popular American west-coast creation, the burrito, with Japanese sushi. If that's hard to imagine, think maki sushi stuffed with a host of ingredients, including all-time favourite sushi fillings such as tuna, salmon or eel, and then wrapped in tortillas. If you’re craving western flavours instead, go for the 'Fried Chicken Armageddon', ‘Fried Shrimp Live Wire’ or ‘Vegan Paradise City’. Prices range between ¥780 to ¥1,300.
Also worth mentioning is the unique ordering system at this automated restaurant. Think of this as a giant, walk-in vending machine. First, purchase your sushi burrito online; then, pick it up at the store, where it's waiting for you in a locker-like box. Yep, no service staff on site.
1F, 5-6-2 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku
|Transport:||Suehirocho Station (Ginza line)|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, L.O. 2pm|