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  • Tenka Sushi: Shibuya

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shibuya )
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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 )
  • It's a good kaitenzushi bar... if you speak/read/write japanese. The selection on the belt is quiet limited, you have to ask for all the good nigiris. There's a menu, you write down (in japanese) what...
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  • Numazu Kou

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Shinjuku )
  • Very fresh food. Quick and friendly service. Accepts credit cards. Enjoyed it very much. Directions on overview are accurate.
  • 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...
  • Tokyo Genki Sushi: Yaesu-chika-gai

  • Conveyor Belt Sushi ( Tokyo Station )
  • Tokyo Genki is very well decorated and stylish for a conveyor sushi restaurant. The mostly female staff are known for their hospitality, sometimes hard to find at sushi restaurants. Plates are color-c...
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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...
  • 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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  • 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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