["Conveyor Sushi" is not turning! Japanese sushi restaurants closed in large numbers] According to Japanese media reports, the Japanese food industry is in trouble due to the impact of the new crown epidemic. In response to the crisis, the famous "conveyor belt sushi" had to change its management method to a counter-type operation. It is reported that this can reduce the loss of food materials and also save electricity bills. According to the Tokyo Shoko survey results, as of September 2020, a total of 23 sushi restaurants have closed down, 1.5 times that of the same period last year. If this momentum continues, a total of 30 sushi restaurants are expected to close down.