Updated: November 07, 2018
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Where To Have Affordable Sushi in Shibuya, Tokyo

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Here is the list of where to have affordable Sushi in Shibuya. Who said you had to pay a fortune to have good sushi in Tokyo!

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Uobei (魚べい)

Uobei is located 5 minutes away from Hachiko exit of Shibuya station, and there is always a long line of people. As you order on the tablet in front of you, you do not have to worry about speaking in Japanese to the waiter! There are 80 menu items at 100 yen, as well as seasonal menu items. You can things like salmon, shrimp, etc., but you can also get fries and prosciutto sushi. It's a fun experience and it's cheap!

Tenkazushi

A few minutes walk from Ikebukuro station, this conveyor belt sushi is cheap and good!
You can just sit down, make yourself a cup of green tea and enjoy picking plates as they pass in front of you on the belt. The dishes are colour-coded for the price. You can also get take-out to enjoy at your hotel.

Genki Sushi

Genki Sushi Shibuya is located 4 minutes away from Hachiko exit, and it on the center road of Shibuya. With over 60 sushi priced at ¥100 and more special sushi prices all under ¥450, it is popular for its affordability and variation in their sushi! You can order your sushi on a tablet in front of you, and your sushi will come right in front of you in a few minutes by an "express train." A good place for a quick and cheap meal!

Sushi Zanmai (すしざんまい)

Sushi Zanmai is one of the best-known restaurant chains in Japan and its first shop was in the Tsukiji Fish Market. This store is open 24 hours, so you can go here when you are craving sushi in the middle of the night! They have various sushi set menu items, such as sushi rice bowls (don) and a la carte sushi menu that you can choose from! It is neither the conveyor belt sushi restaurant or a standing sushi bar, so you can sit down and relax with some fresh sushi.

Sushi Gonpachi (権八)

Sushi Gonpachi is a really popular spot with different types of Japanese cuisine, such as sushi, soba, etc. What's more is that you can get a private room which is great for entertaining a group of friends. Furthermore, they can accommodate vegans and vegetarians as well.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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