There is plenty of etiquette around sushi eating – some points you may be aware of, others you may not be. The sushi master himself Jiro Ono has a 12-step guide to eating sushi that is well worth a look.
Kaiten, or conveyor belt, sushi is no different. There are a set of rules you need to follow, and while some are common sense, others are not as immediately apparent.
Do you know, for example, where you should leave your dirty plates and that the conveyor belt always moves in a clockwise direction?
The infographic via Visually sets out everything you need to know about kaiten sushi etiquette, from how to sit, what to order and how much you'll expect to pay.
Take a look.