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Conveyor Belt Sushi Spot Hits The Galleria This Week

Sushigami’s neverending parade of sashimi has arrived

Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

This week, Houston’s newest conveyor belt sushi restaurant Sushigami will officially make its debut at the Galleria.

A post to the restaurant’s Facebook page indicates that it will kick open the doors this week in the dining pavilion on the mall’s rink level. This is the third location for the Florida-based chain, which also operates restaurants in malls in Orlando and Sunrise, and its first expansion into Texas.

As far as the food is concerned, diners will find dishes like hamachi crudo with yuzu and togarashi, poke, and of course, the traditional sushi rolls and sashimi on the conveyor belt. Rice bowls, udon, and tempura are also on offer, along with soups, karaage and tempura, veggies, and dumplings. As always with conveyor belt spots, items are priced individually, starting at a couple bucks each.

Conveyor belt sushi is marginally hot in Houston right now, evidenced by the impending arrival of Kula Revolving Sushi Bar. That chain announced its expansion into the city earlier this year, and is expected to open sometime in late August.

Sushigami is set to open its doors on Thursday, July 20.