Conveyor belt sushi, also known as sushi train or kaiten sushi, is a popular option to enjoy quick cheap sushi in a fun way. Here are some of the best places for it in Shinjuku.
Sushi-Tei Den is a newly opened high-end sushi counter in Ebisu, Tokyo. The restaurant serves sushi and tsumami that utilize premium seasonal ingredients prepared in a way that brings out maximum flavor and umami. There is a 9-seat counter, and a 5-seat counter that can be reserved for private use.
Here are three restaurants where you can order your food and have it delivered to your table via train, from super-modern sushi trains designed for practical efficiency, to novelty steam-engine delivered meals designed for novelty. Check them out!
'Kyoto Gatten' is a "Tempura Pub" restaurant in Kyoto that offers the chance to experience a wide variety of traditional Japanese foods and beverages all in one place! Starting this summer, the restaurant is offering a 'Matcha Experience,' included with lunch where guests can make their own matcha!
Meat Sushi (Niku Sushi) is part of new generation of sushi culture in Japan. If you love sushi, but are interested in trying something new, meat sushi is definitely worth trying! This is a delicacy that is very rare to find anywhere outside of Japan. Here are 3 places to go in Tokyo.
Shibuya is a popular hangout place for young people. You can find anything you're looking for in Shibuya, from clubs to delicious restaurants! You can also find a lot of good, fast and cheap restos! Just like these conveyor belt sushi restaurants. Check them out!
We narrowed down for you the 5 must-try Japanese three-star Michelin restaurants in Tokyo so you don't have to!
The area around the Nippori Station is a great place to explore in Tokyo! It has the quaint atmosphere of the "shitamachi" (old neighborhoods of Tokyo) and lots of delicious restaurants to try. Sushi is, of course, one of the cuisine genres many people living in, or visiting Japan like to eat, so here's a guide on where you should have sushi in the Nippori area!
Have you been to Ningyocho? Ningyocho literally means "doll town", and there are remains of an old downtown from Edo period where you can feel traditional Japan. There are a bunch of famous and old-established restaurants, so here is a list of 5 selected ones specializing in Japanese cuisines!