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WATCH: Futuristic sushi conveyor belt and deadly poisonous Fugu fish on offer in Tokyo restaurant

World Nomads host, Miles Rowland heads to Tokyo and eats the world's most deadly fish.

12 Sep 2018
 

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The bustling capital of Japan is a mix of Western and Eastern cuisine at the convenience of your finger tips. Tokyo, the birthplace of sushi, has a restaurant Uobei, where your sushi order is placed on an ipad and delivered to you via a hi-tech "food" bullet train. Speedy and efficient service is imperative in this busy city which has over 89 000 restaurants, according to Forbes.com.

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