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Oedo: Ikebukuro 大江戸 Conveyor Belt Sushi / Ikebukuro

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This bargain basement conveyer-belt sushi shop mainly features 120 yen plates. Since the dishes cost 120 yen a plate, you can easily fill up on sushi for the price of fast food. It's a great place to drop in on your way home from having a drink, or when you just want a little bite to eat on your own without too much hassle.

Categories Conveyor Belt Sushi
Nearest Station Ikebukuro
Address 1-40-10 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3980-7973
Business Hours 11:00am-11:30pm
Price Lunch: 0-999yen
Occasion Good for Solo, Group

2 Reviews for Oedo: Ikebukuro

  • Oedo: Ikebukuro
  • (2011-10-01)
  • The price has gone up to 135 yen for the cheapest plates. I showed up at an odd hour but there were still people coming in and out. Although not my favorite sushi place in tokyo I enjoyed it. Hands down the best way to get normally high priced sushi for an affordable cost. The staff were friendly and even gave me an English menu for the sushi. To get there: turn left at ikebukuro's east exit an... Read More

  • Oedo: Ikebukuro
  • (2007-10-02)
  • 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 seat, I started ordering away at the chef. The selection of sushi passing me by on the conveyor belt was rather limited so it was a much better idea to request things directly from the masters. Some peop... Read More

Other reviews of the same chain

  • Oedo : Shinjuku
  • (2007-07-01)
  • 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 lacked the lovely combination of warmth and gruffness that typifies so many conveyor belt sushi stands in Tokyo. Instead the chef is cut off from everyone by the view obstructed island in which he works... Read More
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