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'Waiter-less' Japanese restaurant takes order via tablets, delivers food on conveyor belts.

Washington, Oct. 18 ( ANI ): A Tokyo sushi restaurant is reportedly totally automated where special dishes are ordered via tablets and food is delivered on high-speed conveyor belts.

The restaurant appears to be 'waiter-less' with its kitchen computers constantly monitoring how many customers are in the place.

According to Mashable, the touch-screens through which orders are placed also trigger a prize winning game as soon as a customer eats a fifth dish.

Once done eating, one can simply dispose of the dishes via a slot which sends them away for washing, doing that automatically adds the plate total to the bill. ( ANI )

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Date:Oct 18, 2013
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