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Answered over 3 years ago

Where can I get reasonably priced but good quality sushi in Tokyo?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

My favorite conveyor belt sushi restaurant is "Nemuro Hanamaru" near Tokyo Station. I recommend this place every time I asked by someone (including foreign tourists) and all of them said the sushi there was great!The restaurant is originally from Hokkaido, where said to be the source of the fresh...

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Answered over 3 years ago

where is the best sushi near tokyo station

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I loved "Nemuro Hanamaru" in the shopping mall KITTE. They are a conveyor belt type sushi restaurant but has the best quality of fish among restaurants in that style. They are originally from Hokkaido. There is always a long queue which means locals love this restaurant, too!

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Answered over 3 years ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

For sushi, if you want "the best", go to Ginza area would be expensive though...I recommend you Midori-sushi (http://www.sushinomidori.co.jp/eng/).The price is not so expensive and their sushi is quite good considering the price!!For traditional culture, take my calligraphy class!!lol Or tea-cere...

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Answered over 3 years ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

Ming He Ming He, Visited Japan Four times or more

How much is your budget for "best"? If you have $300-$500 per person budget then I would recommend using a concierge reservation service to help you with reservations. Or if you are staying at a nice hotel (such as Park Hyatt or Grand Hyatt) you can email your hotel to help you make reservation 1...

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Answered almost 4 years ago

Can someone please suggest some sushi places in Tokyo (Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo Station, Ueno, Roppongi) that are not on the very high end (less than 100,000YEN per person)?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Otaru Masa sushi in Shinjukuhttp://www.masazushi.co.jp/shop_shinjuku.htmlMasa Sushi is a famous sushi place in Otaru, Hokkaido. You can enjoy fresh seafood shipped from Hokkaido :)Manten Sushi near Tokyo stationhttp://www.manten-sushi.com/I have not been to this place but my friend once recommend...

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Answered almost 4 years ago

Can someone please suggest some sushi places in Tokyo (Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo Station, Ueno, Roppongi) that are not on the very high end (less than 100,000YEN per person)?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Here are places I have been and would like to recommend to anyone!- GinzaNemuro Hanamaru (根室花まる)http://www.sushi-hanamaru.com/la_en/index.htmlThis is a conveyor belt type sushi restaurant, but don't underestimate the quality. The shop is originally from Hokkaido, where is one of the best seafood ...

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Answered almost 4 years ago

Cheapest sushi train in Shibuya?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

Tenka Sushi, Ganso Sushi, Uobei are the chain conveyor sushi restaurants and provides cheap sushi. The budget might be up but Katsu in Seibu Shibuya provides quite good quality of sushi in conveyor belt style in the area. 

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Answered over 4 years ago

Where can I eat a good sushi, in a not touristique and not so expensive restaurant (less than 15.000 yen, in tsukuji area?

Leia Obara Leia Obara, Never been to Japan

Hi Sosuke, I'm staying in Tokyo only for three days and unfortunately because I don't want loose so much time staying in the queue, I have to give up about the  Sushi Dai and Daiwa. Also run away from these  touristiques spots. I would love to go to a normal, good Japanese restaurants. It doesn't...

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Answered over 4 years ago

Where can I eat a good sushi, in a not touristique and not so expensive restaurant (less than 15.000 yen, in tsukuji area?

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I tell you don't know is not too familiar with the Tsukiji. Located in Tsukiji, as a cheap but good is a famous is a "Sushi Dai". Better prepared to line up a few hours so very popular shop is so good. This morning 5:00-I hear that is open until 14:00, early people who lined up at one o'clock...

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Answered over 4 years ago

Where can I eat a good sushi, in a not touristique and not so expensive restaurant (less than 15.000 yen, in tsukuji area?

Shin Kinoshita Shin Kinoshita, Living in Japan

Although you'll need to walk about 15mins from Tsukiji, (or take Oedo Line subway for 1 station and walk), "Hashida" in Kachidoki is my strong recommendation. This place preserves old, traditional atmosphere, with excellent quality of sushi like no other.  Dinner is expensive (from ¥30,000~), but...

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Answered over 4 years ago

What are best sushi restaurants in Tokyo?

Moriko Moriko, Living in Japan

Kanesaka is one of the most famous sushi restaurant in Tokyo http://www.sushi-kanesaka.com I personally recommend Miyako in Shinjuku. It's in Hyatt Shinjuku. http://www.hyattregencytokyo.com/restaurant/miyako/

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