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All reviews conveyor belt sushi tuna quality sushi nigiri omakase great sushi english menu price range revolving sushi long wait piece of paper sushi place have eaten here tokyo station recommend this restaurant minute wait doesn t
Wow.... I am an 11 year old kid and this place caught my attention. When my mom told me about this place I was like,”YAY, we’re going to a conveyer belt sushi place!!!” When we got to the sushi place, I immediately wanted to sit...More
Because I think you can get better elsewhere for the wait. Head to Katsu Midori in Shibuya and that is 10 times better.
I found whilst highly recommended they only have sushi, choice is quite specific, I would say a small choice but the different...More
Far and away easily the best Sushi Conveyor Belt Restaurant we’ve ever had. Especially great value for such amazing quality. Get here early, we made the mistake of showing up the previous night at 9:15pm and they weren’t taking customers (45min before closing) and had...More
I wished we could have eaten here. Tip—if you’re shopping at Kitte take a number as soon as you get there. We went there after shopping and waited over an hour and only 3 groups were seated. We left because we probably wouldn’t have been...More
Conveyor belt sushi, but there's also a menu, though some things aren't on the English menu. For instance, I only knew to order the crab soup because I saw it on Tripadvisor.
Quality: 4/5. Is it the best sushi in the world? Of course not,...More
Just had lunch with the other half and we were very impressed. Lovely chefs who are a pleasure to watch, fresh and very well made sushi and at a VERY reasonable price. We ate and and till we were full and saw change out of...More
My friend recommend this restaurant to me. It’s located at Tokyo station, Kitte department store which is not to hard to find. We went there on Monday lunch but still a long queue (but it’s worth to wait). Staff is nice even they can’t speak...More
Beautiful sushi even for conveyor belt, these young sushi chef do use beautiful cuts for your sushi and it shows. On the tuna you can see the glistening flesh below, be warned though there is insane queue all throughout the day even at 11am opening....More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
No reservations, and they close when they run out of food, so I would go well before 8 pm given how popular this place is. I went at 7:30 pm and was the next to last person to be seated before they stopped seating.
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