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Sushi / Conveyor Belt Sushi Spots in Tokyo Area

  • GINZA KYUBEY
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-7-6
    This sushi restaurant in Ginza is famous for its traditional Edo-mae sushi that makes use of the taste and season of its ingredients. Ever since it was founded in 1935, it has been visited by many VIPs including those from the political world. Guests can choose between counter seats, hori-gotatsu recessed floor seats, table seats, and private rooms. In recent years it has also become popular with foreign tourists for the ability to enjoy a relaxed meal in a Japanese-style space known as “modern sukiya-zukuri.” It also has a complete take-out menu featuring futomaki (a thick roll of sushi) and bara-chirashi.
  • 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...

  • Manten Sushi (Nihiombashi Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashimuromachi 2-3-1 Kolding Muromachi 21F
    Located inside the Coredo Muromachi 2 shopping mall, this highly popular sushi restaurant serves omakase courses made with fresh seafood brought in that day at reasonable prices. Conveniently located, Manten Sushi can also be rented out, making it a perfect place for parties, girls' nights out, and other events.
  • Edo Tokyo Sushitsune (Tokyo Solamachi Branch)
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    3.5
    16 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town Tokyo Solamachi East District 7F
    An authentic Edo-style sushi restaurant located on the seventh floor of Tokyo Solamachi. The original, main restaurant in the Otsuka neighborhood is a long-standing establishment dedicated to fine hospitality which was founded 64 years ago. The spacious Solamachi location is bright and airy thanks to large windows with excellent views, and here you can relax, take your time, and enjoy your meal. The restaurant uses fresh, seasonal ingredients to create Edo-style nigiri sushi and other Japanese dishes, the chefs deftly handling live fish and shellfish shipped direct to the restaurant and kept in a large fish tank until just prior to serving. The restaurant also has a standing only area where you can enjoy the classic street stall sushi restaurant atmosphere born in the Edo period. At Sushitsune, you can experience traditional Edo-style sushi without the need to take a lot of time or make a big fuss.

    This sushi place is one of several under the edo name and the 3 I tried all offer poor quality food, bad service , from indifferent staff. For the first time in my 30 years in japan I had a...

  • Tsukiji Sushisei Marusei (Tokyo Station Gransta Dining Branch)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Inside the Tokyo station B1F Within the ticket gate GRANSTA
    A sushi bento box lunch shop located on floor B1 of Gransta in Tokyo Station. A branch of the long-standing Tsukiji Sushisei Edo style sushi restaurant founded over 120 years ago, this location is takeout only and serves bento boxes filled with broiled fatty under-belly tuna, tamagoyaki omelets, and other traditional delights made by skilled artisans. The assorted broiled box lunch is only available here at the Tokyo Station location and is stuffed with extravagant, perfectly flame broiled delicacies such as thick medium-fatty tuna, salmon, crab, ikura salted salmon roe, and conger eel. The shop's bento box assortments filled with tasty seafood treats are also perfect for taking on a long distance train trip.
  • Umegaoka Sushi no Midori (Shibuya Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Dougenzaka 1-12-3 Mark City East 4F
    A sushi restaurant located in the Terminal Building near Shibuya Station on the JR and other lines. This clean and fresh restaurant is able to seat up to 62 customers at a time between its counter and table seats. The restaurant is dedicated to the concepts of fresh ingredients, artisanal skills, and a heart with a passion for sushi and understanding of customer needs. Under the strictest quality control conditions, sushi artisans create fine quality sushi using fresh seafood direct from Tsukiji and shari sushi rice made with 100% Yamagata Haenuki rice. In addition to individual nigiri sushi, ultra-select nigiri sushi sets, makimono, and rolls, Midori also offers a full menu of other dishes, including salads and stewed sea bream head.
  • Nagomi (Gransta Marunouchi Branch)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR East Station Tokyo Station Underground 1st Floor Gransta Marunouchi
    A sushi restaurant located in the Gransta shopping mall underground beneath Tokyo Station. Here you can eat sushi made with rare cuts such as wild Pacific bluefin tuna crown, jaw, grills, and tail. In addition to lunch choices like tuna and other seafood nigiri sushi and seafood rice bowls, the restaurant also serves breakfast set meals like salmon and tuna with grated yam. There are also Edo-style dishes like tempura and unaju broiled eel boxes. Besides the spacious tatami seating area, the restaurant also has a standing dining area for customers who don't have much time before they leave.
  • Tsukiji Sushi Ichiban (4 Chome outdoor market Branch)
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    3.5
    19 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-8-6
    The 4 Chome outdoor market location of this popular Tsukiji sushi restaurant. Open 24 hours, its easily identifiable by the giant tuna sign out front. The restaurant holds tuna butchering shows year round and serves over 80 varieties of sushi at any given time. In addition to Pacific bluefin tuna nigiri sushi, the restaurant's full menu includes Tsukiji Marutake's delicious tamagoyaki omelets, grilled live abalone, stewed righteye flounder with roe, and arajiru fisherman's leftover stew. There are also a wide variety of money-saving sets as well as over 20 varieties of select sakes and shochu liquors.

    Lovely fresh tuna breakfast right from the cut into your mouth. Lovely set of crew with basic command of the english language easing the order process. The sushi chef will also recommend what is...

  • Tsukiji Sushi Ichiban (Tsukiji Fish Market Central Branch)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-13-15
    The central outdoor market location of this popular Tsukiji sushi restaurant. The restaurant has counter seating where you can watch the chefs making sushi right in front of you. The restaurant holds tuna butchering shows year round and serves over 80 varieties of sushi at any given time. In addition to Pacific bluefin tuna nigiri sushi, the restaurant's full menu includes Tsukiji Marutake's delicious tamagoyaki omelets, and grilled live abalone. There are also a wide variety of money-saving sets as well as over 20 varieties of select sakes and shochu liquors. The restaurant's omakase (chef's choice) course will make you feel like a regular and is recommended even for first-timers.
  • Tsukiji Itadori Uogashi Senryo
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    4.0
    44 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-10-14 Higusawa Building 1F
    A sushi restaurant in the Tsukiji Market and inventor of the original kaisen hitsumabushi seafood chirashi sushi. This popular restaurant is frequently featured in the media. Uogashi Senryo's signature kaisen-don rice bowl, which comes with over twelve varieties of seafood including ikura salted salmon roe and sea urchin, can be enjoyed as-is or chazuke-style with dashi broth poured over it. The restaurant offers a tuna butchering show course (reservation required; limited to groups of 30 or larger) which includes all-you-can-drink-you'll be able to watch up close as a whole tuna is butchered; a dedicated chef will prepare sushi and sashimi on the spot, and you'll be able to enjoy even the rarest cuts of tuna meat.

    After 2 days of hotel breakfast, it was nice to experience a different japanese breakfast. We came early (around 630 am) and the place was already packed. Although i am not a fan of Uni (the...

  • Tsukiji Sushidai Honkan
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    4.5
    25 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 6-21-2
    A sushi restaurant a five minute walk from Tsukiji Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. Here you can enjoy authentic Edo-style riverside fish market nigiri sushi made with the freshest ingredients at reasonable prices. In order to serve the select ingredients used in the best condition possible, the chef puts great care and consideration into every aspect, from personally choosing the ingredients to monitoring the temperature of the sushi rice to the size of the nigiri sushi itself. With the Tencho Omakase Sushi chef's course (includes 11 pieces of nigiri sushi and one sushi maki-roll); you can choose the last nigiri yourself. Sit at the counter and you can watch the skilled hands of a master sushi chef right in front of your eyes while listening to an explanation about the area each piece of sushi comes from.

    This appears to be the first review in English since my last one in 2016 but I will add a little more information. This restaurant does really top flight sushi but this time there were four of us and...

  • Shutoku (no. 3 Location)
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    4.0
    25 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-14-1
    A sushi restaurant located in Tsukiji which offers high quality fish from around the country. Here you can enjoy sushi combining fresh seafood from Tsukiji with sushi rice made according to a special recipe red vinegar never taken off the premises. For dinner, the restaurant serves a Tokyo-style nigiri sushi omakase chef's choice course; lunch is a 10 piece nigiri set with one temaki roll and side; different in price and content, you can't go wrong no matter which you eat. In addition to sushi, Shutoku also serves other Japanese dishes made with seasonal vegetables and other ingredients.

    The entrance is in a back alley through what feels like a warehouse but suddenly you see a beautiful door and inside is a super small but perfectly elegant sushi bar. The fish is ultra fresh and like...

  • Shutoku (Main Shop)
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    4.5
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-14-16
    A sushi restaurant located in Tsukiji Market. This is Shutoku's flagship location. Each day the restaurant stocks white fish from the Bungo Channel off Kyushu as well as wild tuna from Japan's coastal waters. A course consisting of an assortment of the day's top ingredients made into sushi by a first-rate chef is Shutoku's most popular lunch option. Consisting of 10 pieces of the best sushi the restaurant can muster, the restaurant's sushi rice, made according to a secret recipe and never taken off the premises, brings out the true flavor and sweetness of the seafood. Shutoku also stocks around 10 varieties of carefully selected sake to enjoy with your seasonal nigiri sushi. The restaurant's lunch menu totals four courses in all, each being different in content.

    The restaurant is located in a small alley. Go for the most expensive lunch omakase and you will have no regrets. It is around USD 60+. The chef didnt speak English so you need to plan ahead with...

  • Bekko Zushi
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kaigan 1-12-2 Within Takeshiba Passenger Terminal
    A restaurant located in the Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal in Kaigan Minato City. The restaurant serves Bekko sushi, a local cuisine from the Izu Islands made with white fish pickled in chili pepper soy sauce; as well as other island dishes like Bekko fried rice and vegetable put-au-feu. The restaurant also sells island bento box lunches filled with Bekko sushi.

    東海汽船に乗る前にとりあえずお弁当を買っておこうと思い期待せず購入したのですが、べっこうずしがとても美味しかったです。 べっこうもシャリもどっしりと大きく、食べ応えも十分。 家族の中でも女性陣は残り1-2個残していました。 味の変化がなくボリュームもあるため1箱をシェアして他に何か買うのもオススメです。

  • SUSHIRO Karasuyama
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    4.0
    17 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitakarasuyama 1-9-4

    休日の夜に行きました。かなり混んでいましたが、予約を使ったのですんなり入れました。割と混雑していますが、ネタも注文したりできるので少し待つだけで食べたいものが食べれるのはありがたいですね。

  • Kappasushi
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    3.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Ota-ku Sannou 1-7-1

    刺身やなめろうをツマミい日本酒をおいしくいただけました。おかみがいろいろ教えてくれるので、注文にもこまりませんし、旬のおすすめがたべれました。

  • Uoshintei
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Higashiasakawamachi 214

    18人ほどの団体で、ランチに訪れる。 予め予約を入れておいたので、スムースに入れる。 待ち時間も、そこそこ。 チョッと高目だが、盛り・味ともに良い。

  • Numazu Minato Shinjuku Main Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-34-16 Ikeda Plaza Building 1F
  • Umegaokasushinomidori Ginzaten
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    4.5
    530 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 7-2 - Tokyo Highway Yamashita Building 1F

    We found this sushi restaurant via tripadvisor recommendation as we were close by shopping at Ginza. The waiting line is long even you get a number for waiting although we were early for dinner time...

  • Sushinoyoshiki
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    4.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Chuou-ku Nihombashimuromachi 3-2-18 Ebiya building B1F

    日本橋のビルの地下にある寿司屋さんです。落ち着いた感じの雰囲気で、高級感がありますが意外にコスパ良し。知人と2人で出かけて、カウンター席に座ります。板前さんから一品ずつ丁寧に握ってもらい、中トロ、ウニ、イクラなどの寿司を食べつつ、日本酒もちびり。これで2人で1万円をわずかに超えたぐらいでした。

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