Updated： November 07, 2018
The Best Place To Have Sushi In Chiba For All Budgets!
From a counter sushi experience to conveyor belt sushi, these are the best places to have sushi in Chiba.
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Sushi Ei (寿司栄)
Sushi Ei is an outstanding sushi counter experience in Chiba. The staff are very welcoming and since you have the chance to sit at the counter, you can also interact with the very friendly chef. He will serve you each dish slowly one by one. It will be an unforgettable experience, and dare I say, one of the pinnacles of your trip. The courses are 15,000-20,000.
Tsukiji Tamasushi (築地玉寿司)
Tsukiji Tamasushi is a chain which offers good, yet moderately priced sushi. Lunch is between 1,400-1,600 yen for different types of sushi. The recommended set is the onigiri set, which comes with egg custard. The dinner set is slightly more expensive, but has a lot of interesting choices as well. There is a ladies' set (2,400 yen), which comes with onigiri sushi, shirashi sushi, a salad, an egg custard, miso soup, a salad and ice cream. It was really great.
Kappa Sushi (かっぱ寿司)
This sushi belt style restaurant lets you order your dishes through an Ipad and they arrived directly in front of you. If it's your first time at such a restaurant, it's quite exciting. The menu is in English and they have a varied menu if not everyone agrees on sushi!
Dishes start at ¥100.
Dishes start at ¥100.
Sushi Sakae (さかえ寿司)
Sakae Sushi in Chiba is a rare gem because they serve exceptional sushi for quite cheap. The lunch set is from 1,000 to 3,000 yen. The fish is particularly fresh and the presentation is superb. There is a downside, the secret is out about this restaurant, so there can be quite a line-up, but it's well worth it.
Sushiro is a conveyor belt sushi type of restaurant so this means tasty sushi for super cheap. So pile up those plates and try all kinds of interesting sushi, even some unusual ones, such as a Japanese beef steak sushi or salmon with a slice of camembert on top. They also have a mean selection of tasty desserts. Yum!
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