Unlimited Sushi for Three for ¥3,000 at Kurazushi!
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This probably won’t last long — and the loophole will probably be fixed soon… but there is a way to get unlimited sushi for just ¥3,000 right now!
“If you reserve your table ahead of time as a family of three, and then order at least 3,000 yen of food, you will earn 3,000 points in credit towards the Go To Eat […] campaign. You can then use those 3,000 yen points to…order another round of 3,000 yen worth of food!” (GrapeJapan)
Kaitensushi, or conveyor belt sushi, is already unbelievably affordable at just ¥110 per plate (on average, of course, there are plates which cost more).
But with the Japanese government’s “Go to Eat” campaign, there is a way for a group of three to order ¥3,000 worth of sushi and receive ¥3,000 worth of points from the “Go to Eat” campaign.
And then you can use the ¥3,000 worth of points to order ¥3,000 worth of sushi… and get another ¥3,000 worth of points!
Rinse and repeat for endless amounts of sushi for just ¥3,000 (about $28 USD).
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