Updated: November 06, 2018
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Top 5 Cheap Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurants in Asakusa

Asakusa is an unavoidable tourist destination in Tokyo. It is famous for the Sensō-ji shrine and its small stalls surrounding it. Asakusa still has a traditional feel to it and is definitely worth seeing!

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The Sensō-ji temple, one of the major attractions in Asakusa.

Kappa Sushi

Kappa sushi is less than a 10 minute walk from Asakusa station. 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.

Hinatomaru

Hinatomaru is a few minute walk from Asakusa. You can either order directly from the chef or pick up something from the belt. If you're not intimidated to speak to the chef, you should order directly. The fish is fresh and the price is reasonable!
It's a standing sushi bar, so it's really easy to mingle with the locals if you want to. Expect to pay around ¥3000-4000 per person.

Ganso Sushi

Ganso sushi is close by Asakusa station. This conveyor belt restaurant has dishes starting at around ¥100. There are seasonal menus to choose from as well.
In terms of conveyor belt sushi, this one is a classic. Don't expect sushi bar quality fish, but it's cheap and good. You can sit at the bar and order directly. Service is quick and efficient.

Maguro Bito

This conveyor belt restaurant is a few minute walk from Asakusa. "Maguro" means tuna and that is what they are reputed for. The chef was very welcoming, service is great and there is a menu in English. Dishes start at ¥160.

Toriton

Toriton is in the Sky Tree town, and is 20 minute by foot from Asakusa station, or 8 minutes by train. This restaurant uses fresh Hokkaido ingredients made by sushi chefs!
It isn't such a long wait and the service is quick and friendly!
Dishes start at around ¥100.

Finally...

Asakusa is a very popular tourist destination, we hope you enjoy your exploration.
Let us know what you thought of the restaurants.

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    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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