Most restaurant-goers are familiar with the integration of iPads and tablets during their dining experience but Muten Kura sushi in Japan has executed a fully automated experience, with everything from the ordering to the cooking being preformed by robots, or some form of technology.
Diners can place orders through tablets attached to each table. Once submitted, a fleet of robotic hands will begin to prepare the sushi in the kitchen. These same kitchen hands clear and wash the used pates after they've been returned to the kitchen through the restaurant's unique conveyor belt system.
The only humans employed at the restaurant are there to supervise the robots and ensure any problems are dealt with in an efficient manner.
Japan's Muten Kura is Run Entirely by Robots
Ellen Smith — June 7, 2018 — Lifestyle
References: kura-corpo.co.jp & moneyinc