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Genki Ala Moana customers can order sushi on touch screens

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    Genki Sushi in the Ala Moana Shopping Center has installed a new conveyer belt system that allows customers to order sushi on touch screens. (KRYSTLE MARCELLUS/KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM)
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    Genki Sushi in the Ala Moana Shopping Center has installed a new conveyer belt system among other renovations.
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When Genki Sushi at Ala Moana Center reopens on Wednesday, regulars will notice there will be a new way to get their sushi.

The 49-seat restaurant announced today that, as part of its renovation, it will premiere the country’s first double rail sushi delivery system that will include computer screen touch panel ordering.

The orders will be delivered to customers on platforms shaped as a bullet train, racing car, surfboard, space shuttle or kayiki fish.

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