Sushi train

Today's picture: Japanese food from sushi train

In Australia, we have sushi train. That's when you have plates with sushi going around on a conveyor belt. But wiki says, Australia only calls it sushi train. Maybe it's because we have a business called sushi train (there's a lot of the restaurant around).
It's nice you can grab what you like, but at the same time you don't know how long it's been rotating on the conveyor belt for.
In Japan, the sushi train is interesting. The first restaurant, when you ordered the food, the chief's put the food on the train. The train will travel to you table and you can grab the food. The second restaurant, when you reached for the plate on the conveyor belt, the plastic lid on top will automatically open.