A subsidiary of Kura Japan with 400 restaurants, Kura Sushi USA (KRUS) operates 22 sushi bars, mostly located in California and Texas. Its high volume restaurants feature revolving conveyor belts stocked with sushi rolls, nigiri and desserts, all priced below $3 each, which customers can self-serve. Customers can also order from the full menu from the tableside on-demand ordering screens.
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