We are a conveyor belt style Japanese restaurant serving sushi and tapa dishes. Our co-owner and Chief Chef Jack is the former owner of Momoya in Kirkland. As an art graduate from University of Washington and an experienced sushi chef for over 18 years, Jack has innovatively fused the two art forms together creating his signature edible art that is still genuine to the traditional Japanese cuisine.While enjoying his culinary career in the traditional setting, Jack has an eye for something broader. As the conveyor belt sushi phenomenon continues in the Northwest, Jack would like to see his unique and fresh creations become available and affordable to the general public. This is the birth of Sushi Mojo.Sushi Mojo is committed to provide our patrons with one-of-the-kind dining experience by offering the freshest products available with friendly service at an exceptional value.To ensure the freshness and quality for our patrons, we do not stop at the ingredient selections. At Sushi Mojo, we have implemented RFID (radio frequency identification) technology to the sushi belt system. The software allows adjustments of maximum time sushi plates are allowed on the rotating belt once they are on the belt. Each plate has one chip bearing individual code mounted and sealed underneath. The reader monitors each plate by the chip signals as to what time the plate is being put on to the belt, and its time spent on the belt as well as alerts the staff when to reject plates from the belt once they pass the maximum amount of time any item could spend rotating. The plates that exceed the time limit are discarded. The Maximum time allowed on Mojo’s belt is 2 hours despite of the 4 hours that is allowed by the local jurisdiction. Majority of the time, the plates are consumed long before the time.We are here to satisfy your sushi craving.Have you MOJOed lately?