Take-out sushi is not the most common way of eating sushi. At its most casual, sushi usually means dropping in to a kaiten-zushi restaurant, where plates of pre-prepared sushi go past you on a conveyor belt.
At its most elegant, sushi involves taking a reserved seat at a three-star Michelin establishment that seats less than a dozen guests, and leaving it up to the sushi master to serve you what he sees fit.
But at Narita Airport you can enjoy the rare experience of ordering your sushi as you would at a hamburger drive-thru, but, of course, on foot.
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