When it comes to places to score kaiten-zushi, or conveyor belt sushi in the Valley, don't count Sushi Eye in Motion as one of them -- at least not anymore.
The Chandler restaurant at 58 West Buffalo Street shuttered later last month, leaving Sushi Station and Teharu Sushi as the only two spots left (for now) to grab plates of whatever Japanese delights strike your fancy as they roll by on a conveyor belt in front of you.
Owners Paul and Sue Coe opened Sushi Eye in Motion in 2007, two years after opening Sushi Eye in Phoenix.
An employee at Sushi Eye confirmed Sushi Eye in Motion had closed and that Sushi Eye is still open, but under new ownership.
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