Quick, cheap, hipster sushi for the young. They brag about their good Nishiki rice and their Yamamotoyama nori, but they are standard for regular dishes (home), not sushi or anything fancy. I'm just happy we can grab sushi quickly (if there isn't a super long wait, which sometimes there is - don't go there starving, wait time is never as long as they say, and if you have to, shop in the mall to kill time and come back - you will be seated right after you come back).
Kaiten sushi (conveyor belt sushi) is tough to run if you don't have enough people coming and going, so it's a good thing it's usually crowded. Otherwise the sushi would get old spinning around for too long. They have decent salmon and ikura (salmon roe) - expected from Seattle's geographic location - ikura is never on the belt, so you have to get your waiter and order. I'm not excited that they charge so much for a generic tea bag green tea. But hey, kaiten sushi is basically McDonald's of sushi, so for that this place gets the job done, and it's better than grocery store sushi (and probably cheaper than trying to do it at home with stuff from Whole Foods). They also have fun drinks. Yeah service could be slow, you just have to learn to use that blue button and be patient (it's semi self service - low expectation is key). I'm mostly happy that I can see all the names of the subways I used to ride in Tokyo, and I can come out without breaking the bank. Also being able to have a Japanese cream puff is a plus. Don't expect anything "authentic", but go there for lighthearted fun.