Updated: November 06, 2018
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Enjoy Sushi! 4 Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurants in Akihabara, Tokyo

Today in this article, we are going to introduce “kaiten Sushi” (Conveyor Belt Sushi) in Akihabara. Having a feeling for sushi? Want to eat affordable sushi? Conveyor Belt Sushi restaurants are the one to go. Haven’t you ever had a want going to a Conveyor Belt Sushi restaurant for no reason?! Some people may have doubts about Conveyor Belt Sushi restaurants because of their low prices. But, there are many Conveyor Belt Sushi restaurants offering delicious sushi like the one you can find at real sushi bars. You must try those sushi restaurants in Akihabara!

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Kaiten Sushi Edokko

“Kaiten Sushi Edokko” is located 10 minutes away from Akihabara station. They have several branch restaurants in Tokyo area, but this one is their main store.

You can order sushi through the touch panel screen. You will see counter seats closer to the store entrance and table seats in the back section of the store. People can enjoy sushi by themselves or with a group.

Look at their big toppings! You won’t find this at many other sushi train restaurants. They are sure to satisfy your stomach and mind with the price range of 110 yen – 460 yen.

Ganso Sushi

“Ganso Sushi” located in the station building, 2 minutes away from Akihabara station. This is one of the most known sushi restaurant in Akihabara.

Their most popular item is “service toro”. You can enjoy toro (tuna sushi) for 99 yen! They have an option for larger size toppings.

This is their popular service toro. Don’t you see the freshness from the photo? This is a must to try menu.

Kaiten Sushi Maguro Bito

“Kaiten Sushi Maguro Bito” is located on the 8th floor of Yodobashi Akiba. Showing an attractive Japanese style outside decorations.

You can order sushi through Ipad provided at each table, reminds you that you are in Akihabara – the high-tech town. You will enjoy the spacious seats.

One of their popular menus is three assortment plate. The menu changes daily, you can enjoy
various types of raw and cooked fish and shell fish.

Uzushio

“Uzushio” is located 1 minute away from Akihabara station. Opens between 7 am to 10:30 pm.

This is namero (fish tartar with miso) susuhi. They provide a wide range of sushi.

And this restaurant offers morning menu between 7 am to 10 am called breakfast train! You will see regular breakfast menus instead of sushi (This service is no longer offered).

Lastly

Here, we introduced Conveyor Belt Sushi restaurants offering different types of sushi, price ranges, sizes and the environments. Enjoy affordable sushi based on your feeling of the day.

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