Updated: November 06, 2018
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Tokyo Station Buffet Chiso Zammai: Bang for the Buck Buffet with lots of Choices in Tokyo Station!

Tokyo Station Buffet is an affordable, large-scale, all-you-can-eat restaurant conveniently located in a building right next to the Tokyo Station. It's a good option if you're really hungry and want to have many different kinds of Japanese foods. Western and Chinese dishes are also offered.

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Tokyo Station Buffet Chiso Zammai

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Exit from the Yaesu North Exit of the JR Tokyo Shinjuku Station and the Daimaru Bldg, which is a large-scale shopping mall, will be right in front of you. On the 12th floor of this building is a food court. There, you will find the Tokyo Station Buffet Chiso Zammai.
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It has a sleek, modern and spacious interior. The restaurant has a 140 people capacity. You can enjoy Tokyo's beautiful night view while you enjoy your dinner meal.

All-you-can-eat Buffet

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The buffet includes over 60 kinds of food. On weekdays, the price for the lunch buffet is 2,300 yen for adults (12 years old or older) and the evening buffet is 3,200 yen. On weekends, the lunch buffet is 2,600 yen and the evening buffet is 3,200 yen. There is a time limit of 90 minutes for lunch and 120 minutes for dinner.
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You can have many different dishes from the Japanese cuisine. You'll find nigiri sushi, sashimi, tempura, miso soup, and crab, which is one of the most popular items. They also have Chinese food such as Mabo tofu, egg rolls, and dumplings. There is also a drink bar (non-alcoholic).
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Teriyaki chicken hot plates are also available!
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The menu has some seasonal variations, so you may have different kinds of seafood and vegetables depending on when you go.

You can also have pizzas and other western foods. There are so many choices that everyone going should find something they like. There is also a nice dessert selection of cakes, puddings, and fruits.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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