Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Great Places For Cheap Sushi Near Shinjuku Station
If you want good sushi in Shinjuku that is not too hard on your wallet, you should check out these 5 selected restaurants!
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Himawarizushi ひまわり寿司 新都心店
Himawarizushi is a conveyor belt sushi bar with 28 counter seats around the kitchen. The place is iconic in Shinjuku. The sushi is fresh and cheap. You can get a set of 10 for ¥1,200 or so. Otherwise, order a la carte, and make sure to ask for the day's recommendation!
Access it from the West Exit of Shinjuku Station.
Numaduko 沼津港 新宿本店
Numaduko is another really good conveyor belt sushi restaurant. This one has table seats as well. The restaurant claims to be a gourmet oriented place, and as such, they offer some delicacies such as uni (sea urchins) but that are still very reasonably priced. They have a good variety of choice too, with over 100 kinds to choose from. Their sake offering is actually quite nice and changes with the season so that the pairing matches with the fish of that particular season.
Located on the east side of the Shinjuku Station.
Gansozushi 元祖寿司 新宿西口店
Gansozushi is a chain with a great reputation for serving good sushi at a bargain price. It has a popular address on the west side of the Shinjuku station, so if you want reliably good sushi Ganso is a good option. This one is also a sushi train restaurant.
Uogashi Nihonichi 魚がし日本一 新宿西口店
Uogashi is a standing sushi bar. Generally speaking, standing sushi bars are known for having good quality sushi at a reasonable price, and this one is one of the best there is at that. Nigiri sushi starts at just ¥75 a piece.
Located on the west side of Shinjuku Station.
If you want a different take on sushi, you might want to check out this place. It serves a local kind of sushi from Osaka called hakozushi, which is quite unusual in Tokyo. Hakozushi is made by being compressed in a box, and the rice seasoning is different as well. They have sets here that start for as little as ¥500.
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