Salmon was USD 2 per plate for conveyor belt sushi. Photo from Kula Website. See at http://www.kulausa.com/
Tuna was also $2. Great value made fresh.
Some sushi had California influence with jalapeño flavors on some plates. For example the spicy tuna crunchy note the green peppers sitting above.
Five of us had 50 plates of sushi. And come up to just over USD100 about USD120++. Before coming to Kula we had been in Las Vegas and had not been able to find any economical Japanese food in the gambling capital.
Anyhow an hour of resistance training in the gym of the Double Tree hotel Little Tokyo where we stayed should burn of about 300 calories. See http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/weight-loss/in-depth/exercise/art-20050999Hope that counts for the 10 plates of sushi we consumed.
The Double Tree had a great little gym with weight and pulley machines. Instead of having cards giving instructions on how to use the machines they had a video screen on each gym machine. Amazing. Worth a visit if you wish to stay around Little Tokyo. See Hilton double tree Little Tokyo at http://www.doubletreeladowntown.com/local-area/little-tokyo
This was fortuitous as JC was dead keen on Japanese food.