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  • Umegaoka Sushi no Midori Mawashizushi Katsu Emio Shakujii Koen Store
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Nerima-ku Shakujimachi 3-23-5 Emio Shakujii Park within East
    This is a kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) store located in the Emio Shakujii shopping facility in the Shakujiimachi district of Tokyo’s Nerima City. In addition to their lineup of sushi that ranges from standard to innovate new types all at reasonable prices, they also have a menu for children and a complete set of a la carte items. The Shakujii Koen store only has seven seats that are fully enclosed rooms, making it popular among families with small children who can use the space freely. They also have adopted a service lane that can quickly deliver orders. Takeout is permitted.

    Visited the shop at Ikebukuro 池袋 at 17:15 on a Friday late afternoon, hoping no need to queue. I was wrong but good that only waited for 15 mins. Food comes in great quality, with the most...

  • Marukatsu Fisheries
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Hakodateshi Toyokawachou 12-10 Hakodate Bay Inside the Gastronomic Club
    Marukatsu Fisheries is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant operated by a long-established company that has been running fresh fish shops in Hakodate for 50 years. This superb restaurant uses only the finest, freshest fish, carefully selected by experienced fishermen, and makes sushi rice with just the right amount of vinegar and soy sauce to complement the sushi.
  • Kantaro New Chitose Airport Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Chitoseshi Bibi 987 - 22 New Chitose Airport Domestic Passenger Terminal 3F
    A sushi restaurant located in the New Chitose Airport, the gateway in the sky to Hokkaido. A wide variety of fresh seafood is lovingly prepared on their original blend of Hokkaido rice, vinegar and dashi (soup stock) to give a perfect balance between sushi rice and large portions of seafood. Their freshly shelled live shellfish sushi is especially popular.
  • Conveyor belt sushi Toriton Maruyama Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitayonjounishi 23-2-17
    This conveyor belt sushi restaurant in Chuo, Sapporo City, Hokkaido is said to have a line out front even on weekend and holidays. They boast the finest variety of seafood from throughout Hokkaido including squid from Hakodate, pacific saury from Nemuro, and thick scallops from Notsuke. Come taste the foods you can’t find anywhere but Hokkaido, with each piece of sushi a glimmering jewel made by their skilled chefs that has all the local gourmets raving.
  • Kantaro (Otaru Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Otarushi Minatomachi 5-4
    The Otaru branch of this conveyor belt sushi restaurant from Hakodate. Dedicated to the concept of Hakodate nigiri sushi, the restaurant serves dishes made primarily with seasonal ingredients from Hakodate. The rice is also grown in Hokkaido. Ingredients such as the scallops are prepared in the restaurant, and the shimesaba vinegared mackerel is homemade. The restaurant's sushi is characterized by its small amount of sushi rice coupled with large-sized seafood toppings. For customers looking to enjoy a variety of flavors, the restaurant offers a wide selection of sets such as three and five piece sushi assortments.
  • Omi-cho Ichibazushi Main Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Shimoumichou 28-1
    A popular conveyor belt sushi restaurant located in the Omi-cho Market in Kanazawa, Ishikawa which even sees people lining up outside the door at peak times. Renowned for its authentic sushi prepared by chefs and its extravagant seafood rice bowls, Ichibazushi takes pride in the freshness of its ingredients. Getting its fresh seafood from auctions in the market, Ichibazushi uses somewhat larger cuts of fish than usual, quickly and skillfully pressing them together with local sushi rice. The restaurant’s menu spans everything from standards to seasonal items, including blackthroat seaperch, horse mackerel, tuna, Japanese amberjack, mackerel, sweet shrimp, and more. Offering both counter and table seating, even families can enjoy a relaxing meal here.
  • Mawaru Toyama Bay Sushitama, Toyama Kakeo Main Restaurant
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    4.0
    144 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Kakeosakaemachi 5-8
    Located along National Route 41 in the city of Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Mawaru Toyama Bay Sushitama is a conveyor-belt sushi shop where customers can easily enjoy seafood caught of the coasts of Ishikawa and Toyama Prefectures. Fresh shipments come in twice a day, at noon and at night, so customers can be assured that the seafood is fresh. In addition to standard menu items such as tuna and salmon roe, customers can also enjoy seasonal seafood typical of the Hokuriku region, such as wrasse, yellowtail, and snow crabs. The rice base for the sushi is made from Koshihikari rice grown on the Noto Peninsula and rice vinegar made according to an exclusive recipe. There is both counter and table seating, making the restaurant suitable for everyone from families to solo diners.

    Prior to our arrival in Toyama, I had done some research which suggests that sushitama may be worth a visit. Just to be sure, on arrival, I asked an officer manning the exit gates if he could...

  • Mawaru Toyamawan Sushitama (Kanazawa Station Shop)
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    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Kinoshimbomachi 1-1 Kanazawa Station Hundred Streets Avenue and West 2F
    This “conveyor belt” sushi shop is located inside “Kanazawa Hyakubangai,” a commercial center just past JR Kanazawa Station. Popular enough to draw in not just local shoppers, but tourists as well. They offer primarily the bounty of Hokuriku’s sea acquired that day from Ishikawa and Toyama ports, all at a reasonable price. Their pride and joy may be the sushi rice which features a combination of Noto koshihikari rice with vinegar from a classic shop. Besides sushi, there are great dishes like fresh sashimi, rare tastes of Hokuriku and famous Toyama white shrimp.
  • Kanazawa Maimon Sushi Main Restaurant
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    4.5
    92 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Ekinishishinmachi 3-20-7
    Kanazawa Maimon Sushi Main Restaurant in Ekinishi-Shinmachi Town, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture is a popular sushi-go-round restaurant where there is a queue during peak periods. Seasonal local fish are supplied twice a day from fishing ports in Kanazawa and Noto so it is extraordinarily fresh at both lunch and dinner. The most popular ingredient is black throat seaperch which is referred to as the king of white fish. The melting fatty texture is irresistible. It also has a range of unique local ingredients such as white prawn, which is a local specialty of Toyama Bay, and rare gasu shrimp. It is a shop where you feel free to enjoy authentic sushi formed by an experienced artisan, so many tourists also visit.

    We had the local fish set menu and it was absolutely beautiful. The chef was really friendly and funny too - he speaks good English. Everyone was happy and helpful. Great experience.

  • Sushikuine Kenchomae Branch
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    4.0
    41 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Seito 1-51
    Sushikuine Kenchomae Branch in Seito, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture is a sushi go-round restaurant. Fresh seafood landed at Kanazawa Port and Himi Port in Toyama is directly delivered to the restaurant. Each piece of sushi it offers is formed with an artisan’s skill. It is fully equipped with counter seating as well as table and small tatami seating areas. It is possible to order easily using a touch panel.

    金沢駅から観光地の逆側方向、県庁の横にあります。得もりランチを頂きましたが、あら汁を含めたランチはコスパ最高です。早めに行ったので、待つことなく座れましたが、帰りにはかなり人が待つていました。

  • Nazaemon Shichikuyama Honten
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Nigata Pref. Nigatashi Chuou-ku Shichikuyama 1-7-5
    A “conveyor belt” sushi place located in 1 Chome Shichikuyama, Chuo District, Niigata City. They offer sushi using fresh seafood, particularly local Niigata fish. They also have a great take-out menu, such as the assortment of nigiri sushi and maki sushi, or the “Nazaemon sushi bento” (requires reservation two days in advance), with its special bara chirashi sushi and other sides.

    The staff are really polite, the food is amazing, and theres free miso soup! Children / babies can come as there are baby seats so they can reach the tables.

  • Yamato “Super” conveyor-belt sushi restaurant (Kisarazu branch)
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    4.0
    67 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Chiba Pref. Kisaradushi Chuou 3-9-8
    Yamato is a conveyor-belt sushi restaurant located on Prefectural Route 90 in three-chome, Chuo, Kisarazu City. The restaurant is run by an aquatic products wholesaling company, enabling it to serve carefully-selected fresh fish at low prices. There are live fish tanks installed in the restaurant, so customers can place their order and then have the fish scooped out for preparation, ensuring maximum freshness.

    Great place with great sushi everything was good. Location, parking, sushi rice, and fresh ingredients it all incorporated and came out as great dining experience for such a little amount of money. I...

  • Yamato “Super” conveyor-belt sushi restaurant (Tateyama Branch)
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    Chiba Pref. Tateyamashi Houjou 1321-12
    The Tateyama branch is the original branch of the Yamato conveyor-belt sushi restaurant chain, which is run by an aquatic products wholesaling firm; the Tateyama branch is located on National Route 127 in Hojo, Tateyama City. It serves fresh fish, selected by experts, at reasonable prices. There are live fish tanks installed in the restaurant, so customers can place their order and then have the fish scooped out for preparation in front of them, ensuring maximum freshness.
  • Sushikuine (Komatsuoki Restaurant)
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    4.5
    46 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Komatsushi Okimachi 8-7
    "The Komatsu Okimachi location of this conveyor belt sushi restaurant chain which operates in the prefectures of Ishikawa and Toyama. The restaurant's seafood is shipped straight from Kanazawa Port and Himi Port. Aiming to serve authentic, high quality sushi, the restaurant uses select seafood and the composition of the sushi rice is changed depending on the season and weather. Besides standard sushi favorites, many of the selections on the menu are seasonal, such as midwinter Japanese amberjack, spear squid, and female snow crab, and one of the biggest appeals of the restaurant is that you can enjoy these truly seasonal and ephemeral tastes here. The menu primarily consists of sets of popular sushi such as the ""Kanazawa-zukushi"" and the ""Himi-zukushi."" There's also a fish tank in the kitchen to ensure the restaurant can serve truly fresh sushi varieties."

    Really amazing suchi, I am not a fanatic of sushi but I have to admit this was really great. We speak absoluty no word of Japanesse and eventhough it was really easy to order. First you need to get...

  • Sushikuine (Matto Main Restaurant)
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    4.0
    21 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Tanakamachi 617
    The Matto main location of a conveyor belt sushi restaurant chain operating in the prefectures of Ishikawa and Toyama. In addition to sushi made with select seafood straight from the port, the restaurant also serves vegetable sushi such as avocado, and shiitake sushi, and pressed sushi topped with lightly pickled eggplant and cucumber. The owner particularly recommends the 10 and 15 piece nigirizushi and tokujo first class nigirizushi sets. The restaurant offers lunch sets from Monday to Saturday (excluding holidays), three out of four of which are limited to a set number of customers per day. All are reasonably priced and come with nigirizushi and arajiru fish scraps soup. Diners can also enjoy fresh made sushi in comfort by making an order using a touch screen which will then be delivered via a high speed lane.

    Fresh fish Exceptional service Excellent pricing Parking Orders come to you by person or by train!! Come here for a joyful dinner!!

  • Sushikuine! Takaoka-Minami Shop
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    4.5
    59 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Takaokashi Akasofu 433
    This revolving sushi restaurant is located near Tonogakuchi Ryokuchi in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture. The restaurant maintains freshness by keeping live seafood shipped straight from Toyama Prefecture's Himi Port and Ishikawa Prefecture's Kanazawa Port, two of the country's best fishing ports, in a fish tank in the kitchen. The restaurant takes pride in its firm, fresh sushi ingredients. Its most popular options are its three-piece and six-piece sets, which each feature a selection of the most popular sushi ingredients, including blue fin tuna. Their extra special lunches, of which only 20 are served each day, feature 11 pieces of sushi made with the restaurant's finest ingredients. Each is served with arajiru, a soup made from fish scraps.

    We went for lunch at around midday the other day and after a short wait for our number to come up, we were seated. Two of the lunch specials had already sold out by this time, but there was still...

  • Kitokito Sushi Himi Main Shop
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Himishi Kamizumi 65
    This sushi restaurant has made its name with carefully-crafted nigiri sushi made with Toyama-grown Koshihikari rice and fresh fish from Toyama Bay. Since its founding, it has offered a diverse menu focused on fresh, seasonal fish caught that morning in Himi. Its location close to a fishing port only allows them to offer abundant amounts of fresh fish at reasonable prices. Not only that, it also allows them to serve many unique varieties of sushi rarely seen elsewhere. On weekdays, the restaurant offers four types of lunches, as well as kid's lunches. Their diverse menu also includes items such as Himi udon, as well as a lineup of desserts. In addition to being loved by locals, the restaurant is also a destination for many tourists.

    回転直後に間に合わず、外待ち30分 早速注文し氷見で揚がった地魚を中心に ぶり、鯛、貝を頂き鰈、鰯、烏賊 何を食べても美味しく安い 赤出汁の浅利汁も具沢山 富山じゃ何食べても美味しいなぁ

  • Maguroya Sekitei (Mizuho Main Restaurant)
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    4.5
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Mizuho-ku Tanabetori 6-32
    A conveyor belt sushi restaurant standing along Prefectural Route 30 in Tanabetori, Mizuho Ward, Nagoya City. The restaurant serves sushi made with seasonal seafood selected by seasoned pros, such as Maltese Pacific Bluefin tuna from the Mediterranean Sea prepared right on the boat, and wild conger eel stewed in iron pots in small quantities. A tuna butchering show is held every third Saturday of the month from 19:00.

    Easily my personal best place for sushi in this heart of Nagoya. Initially introduced by my sensei, this sushi restaurant has become one of my most regular places to go especially everytime I craved...

  • Numazu Uogashizushi (Gotenba Outlet Restaurant)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Gotembashi Fukasawa 1312 Gotemba Premium Outlet EastZone 1180 Partition
    This conveyer sushi restaurant offers authentic Edo-style sushi and a la carte items made with seasonal ingredients and fresh seafood shipped straight from Numazu Port. Diners can also enjoy their food together with local Shizuoka sake. Part of a chain, this location is conveniently located inside Gotenba Outlet, a ten-minute drive from Gotenba Interchange, making it a popular to eat while shopping. We recommend their many unique items, such as their braised sushi, as well as their tempura made with seasonal, locally-sourced fish.
  • Kaiten Zushi Sakanadonya
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    4.0
    67 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Shimodashi Sotogaoka 1-1 Bay Stage Shimoda 2F
    This conveyer sushi restaurant is located inside of Roadside Station Kaikoku Shimoda Minato Baystage Shimoda. It offers fresh seafood sourced from Shimoda Fish Market. Some of these offerings include their famous kinmedai aburi bo-zushi (seared splendid alfonsino pressed sushi), as well as local cuisine such as ikenda nimiso (fish boiled in a miso-flavored broth). The restaurant is visited by many locals and tourists alike.

    A good shushiya, near the port. Long queue but it went fast. Sushi were very good with genuine recipes that you cannot find everywhere. Very fresh and nice fish.... A good experience.

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