Sapporo Revolving Sushi

Sol

Sapporo Sushi is Deaf friendly because it has tablets that show pictures and have descriptions of the menu items. You add the item you want to your cart, then you go to your cart and confirm your order. Then a tiny robot brings out your order and flashes a light on your side of the robot if the meal is for you. The only interaction with the wait staff is for beverages. Everything else revolves around you or can be ordered on the tablet. 

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Positive Attitude
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Pen and Paper Available

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