A group of tourists decided to place their camera on the sushi conveyor belt of a Tokyo restaurant and let it record footage as it went around the space. The result: a full, 360-degree pan that's paced like an Antonioni film, except instead of Jack Nicholson and Maria Schneider you get lots of surprised looks from Japanese people.
Video: "Kaiten Conveyor Sushi Time In Real Japan"
· Kaiten conveyor sushi time in real japan [YouTube via Reddit]
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