8 Great Kaitenzushi Restaurants in Shinjuku
Shinjuku has so many conveyor belt sushi places that you might not be sure which ones are worth visiting. But since you're in Tokyo, you definitely want to go to the best restaurants available. Here are 8 great kaitenzushi places in Shinjuku to try.
Sep 22 2016
1. Ganso Sushi
This restaurant is highly reviewed thanks to its delicious yet reasonable sushi starting at 130 yen. The ingredients are brought in every morning from Tsukiji Market, and you can choose from plenty of fresh, seasonal ingredients. If you go just once, even people that happen to drop in become repeat customers because it's that delicious.
Business hours: 11AM - 11PM
HP: www.gansozushi.com (Japanese Only)
Address: 1-15-5 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
2. Kaitenzushi Oedo
This restaurant can be considered the pinnacle of kaitenzushi thanks to the easy-to-eat size of the sushi itself, the fresh ingredients, and the perfect tempo of the belt. There are four types of plates, mostly around 140 yen, but you'll definitely leave satisfied. The "okonomidon," a rice bowl for 500 yen where you can choose your favorite toppings, is also popular.
Business hours: 9AM - midnight (Monday to Saturday), 11AM to 11:30PM (Sundays and holidays)
HP: ooedo.co.jp/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Shinjuku Sunflower Building 1F, 1-3-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
3. Tenka Sushi
This restaurant is popular thanks to their high-quality and extremely varied menu of ingredients. Most of their products cost around 125 yen so it's really reasonable, and sometimes for a limited time you can get 3 pieces of fatty tuna for that price! They have different services like that as well. It's definitely delicious, and you can fill your stomach with just 1000 yen.
Business hours: 11AM - 11PM (weekdays and Saturdays), 11AM - 10PM (Sundays and holidays)
HP: www.tenkazushi.co.jp/01-recommend/index.html (Japanese Only)
Address: 1-17-10 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
4. Kaisen Misakiko
This trendy kaitenzushi restaurant has a system in which you order using a touch panel and it's brought to you on the belt. It doesn't seem like kaitenzushi, but since you only get items that were ordered, it's all very fresh. Also, the touch panel comes in various languages, so it's easy to use even for people who don't know Japanese.
Business hours: 11AM - 11PM (last order 10:30 PM)
HP: www.kyotaru.co.jp/kaisen_misakiko/ (Japanese Only)
Address: 6-27-30 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
5. Shion Sushi
This restaurant is in an easy-to-find location behind Alta. The ingredients are large, so it's popular with foreign tourists. The plates only come in 100 yen and 200 yen prices (without tax), and you can order high-class ingredients. The freshly-made tuna sushi is recommended.
Business hours: 11AM -11PM
Address: 3-9-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
6. Sakura Sushi
This is a popular kaitenzushi restaurant that you can visit both alone or in a group. Lunch starts at around 300 yen so it's a great deal. The clean interior and the friendly staff will make your experience even better. It's not just cheap, it's also delicious! You'll feel like you're robbing the chefs by paying such low prices.
Business hours: 11AM - 6AM (weekdays and Saturdays), 11AM - 11PM (Sundays and holidays)
Address: 1-25-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
7. Numazu Minato
This restaurant has around 100 ingredients available freshly delivered from Numazu, so it's known for being delicious. It's extremely popular for their Mt. Fuji-mori series, which features sushi with huge portions. It's near the station, so it's great for families as well as people that want to leisurely drink. English menus are available so it's also popular with tourists.
Business hours: 11AM -10:30PM (last order)
HP: www.numazuko.com/#gourmet (Japanese Only)
Address: 3-34-16 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
8. Himawari Sushi
This kaitenzushi restaurant is popular because it's satisfying both in flavor and in price. No matter what you choose, it will definitely be delicious, but the 600 yen seafood bowl is a definite recommendation. Most of the plates are around 150 to 200 yen. The amount of rice is on the smaller side so you can enjoy the taste of the ingredients that much more.
Business hours: 11AM - 10PM
Address: 1-15-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.