First sushi during first trip to Japan. We could not choose better, the place is open utile late, everybody is nice and the sushi is tasty and fresh with many options.
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The restaurant in Shinjuku was small. Sushi was okay. Expensive. Price range: ¥90 - ¥1000 per plate (color coded). The sushi conveyor belt was constantly replenished with the ¥340 and ¥420 plates. ¥2500 for 6 plates? Expensive. Sushiro is better.
Even for a conveyor belt sushi, this place was pretty bad...by far the worst sushi I had in Japan...even convenience store sushi is better...some items were dry and they left stuff going around the belt for who knows how long...price wasn't even cheap...so many other...More
We ate at 5:00pm so easy to get seated. Seating was a combination of single stools and 4 person booths - the booths good for families. Prices were very reasonable, almost cheap to me. For example, the mirugai (king clam), Ô toro, and toro salmon...More
I was expecting this is similar to KULA Sushi in California. Surprisingly, it is better. We picked this place from couple online bloggers. Good place, will definitely go back there.
For some cheaper sushi, not worse, I would recommend Numazuko. It’s a conveyer belt restaurant located in Shinjuku with has prices which ranges from 90 JPY to about 1000 JPY per plate. Sit down and choose whatever you’d like to eat and the amount you’d...More
The sushi and sashimi were average and not very fresh. The staff was more interested in ending their shift than in putting excellent food on the belt. The waitresses didn't really check on you or tried to help you. I suppose everyone was more interested...More
Queues move fast and for conveyor belt sushi, they do offer quite generous cuts with somewhat smaller portion of rice. An okay place for quick stopover although be warned the wasabi here is absolutely potent that will attack your nose. That and you're in an...More