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  • Tokyo Genki Sushi: Yaesu-chika-gai

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • Tokyo Genki Sushi is definitely one of the two best conveyor belt sushi retaurants I've tried in Japan (the other being the restaurant at Aeon Shopping Centre in Narita). The chefs were kind of frien...
  • Mawaru Ganso Sushi: Akihabara

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Akihabara )
  • Great prices and nice combinations of sushi. I had one which included okra, and another with natto on the top. The natto added a nice nutty flavor to the fish. A third piece, was the traditional slice...
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  • Tsukiji Honten

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shibuya )
  • I go very often to this one. Prices had increased and it's 120 yen for a plate now. There's always people there, so be prepared to wait a bit ! You have to eat in 30 minutes but honestly, you don't ha...
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  • Kakiya sushi

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Harajuku )
  • the chefs are friendly (i felt like it was a family lineage, father and two sons) and several waitresses waiting calmly on the side to take your order or give you water. there is another kitchen in ba...
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  • Mawashi Sushi Katsu: Meguro

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Meguro )
  • Even though I'll eat almost anything, there still come moments when some forgotten part of me screams that I shouldn't be eating what ever it is I'm about to savor. I get a wicked pleasure out of that...
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  • Pintokona

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Roppongi )
  • One of my friends really loves this place; it was about his 7th time there, which I'd say is some kind of like. In respect to that, I'd say this place is good. He recommends the scallops (i believe th...
  • Oedo: Ikebukuro

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Ikebukuro )
  • Ooedo turned out to be much better than I expected-the fish was tasty, the chefs were funny and the atmosphere was upbeat unlike many dreary kaiten-sushi restaurants elsewhere. After taking my sea...
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  • Numazu Kou

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shinjuku )
  • Just because the sushi is circling the room in a conveyor belt doesn't mean that it is of any less quality at Numazu Kou. In fact, I found it to be quite tasty and reasonably priced for the quality. ...
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  • Heiroku Sushi : Omote-sando

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Harajuku )
  • This is a convenient kaiten sushi if you are shopping in the Omote-sando area, but don't expect too much out of it. We were seated rather quickly, as the store had quite a few customers but they were...
  • Tenka Sushi: Ikebukuro

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Ikebukuro )
  • Tenka sushi is the most foreigner-friendly kaiten-sushi spot I've visited so far. As soon as we walked in, the staff guided us to our seats and handed us a special menu that featured all the offerings...
  • Mawashizushi Wakataka: Ikebukuro

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Ikebukuro )
  • In the sushi restaurant market, none can really be cheaper than Wakataka. While other conveyor belt sushi restaurants have multi-colored plates to show what price each piece of sushi is, at Tenka, ev...
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  • Kitazawa Club Ikkan

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shinjuku )
  • People eat at restaurants both for the food and the experience. Kitazawakurabuikkan (what a mouthful of a name!) delivers the food, but the experience is solely lacking. This kaiten-sushi restaurant i...
  • Uzushio : Yurakucho

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Ginza )
  • I didn't like so much this one. Not so many choice, very small place and a bit expensive. The fish was good but I think I paid 4500 yen for me and my wife and it's the price for a restaurant like mido...
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  • Daidokoya

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shibuya )
  • Daidokoya sits one step higher than the cheaper kaiten-sushi places where you order through a closed-circuit system to the kitchen and where the sushi comes frozen from somewhere else. In contrast, Da...
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  • Oedo : Shinjuku

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shinjuku )
  • The Dai Edo can’t be beaten in terms of location, just a three-minute walk from the East exit of Shinjuku station, but that’s about the only category in which it comes out on top. The service lac...
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  • Mawaru Ganso Sushi: Asakusa

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Asakusa )
  • Mawaru Gansa is a Kaiten sushi chain with stores all across Tokyo. You are bound to find a bargain at this shop where they specialize in sushi at affordable prices. Be sure to check out the seasonal s...
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  • Uoki

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Tameikesanno )
  • Uoki sushi is stylishly designed, rendering it attractive to men and women of all ages. They have a few table seats for small groups, and between rush hours they stop the conveyor belt and serve fresh...
  • Uzushio:Tokyo Honten

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • Uzushio is always crowded with people getting on and off the Shinkansen at nearby Tokyo station. You might have to wait to be seated, but there's a quick turnover.
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  • Umi

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Jimbocho )
  • A friendly and calm conveyor-belt sushi restaurant where they go themselves everyday to the market to get the ingredients. The squid is their specialty (sumi-ika).
  • Umi no Machi

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Ikebukuro )
  • 200 yen a plate is the standard price at this conveyer belt sushi shop. The sushi is made with fresh ingredients, giving the shop a reputation for high 'cost performance'?you get a lot of bang for you...
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