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We ate here several times while in Tokyo. Really cheap, delicious sushi. We also loved ordering on the tablet and then waiting on our food via the conveyer belt, totally unique to us and added to the experience.
Probably the funniest way of receiving food! You order in an iPad and then the sushi comes flying down a conveyer bet and lands right in front of you. This process completely wipes out the human interaction of service (which is cool but I hope...this isn’t the future of restaurants).
Tasty sushi at a good price (especially if you stick to the 100 yen meals).More
Located in Shibuya. We have visited this sushi train 4 times now. Get there early in the evening as after 8pm the queue is way out the door. You are allocated a seat in a long row of benches. The conveyor belt runs direct from...the kitchen to your seated station. Everyone has their own screen to place orders. You can order 4 items at a time. Great selection of sushi and most plates are 110yen including tax. So cheap! Free green tea on tap in front of you, and you can order other drinks on your screen. Convert the language to English. At the end of meal view your plate/drink orders and check out on screen. Pay on way out at cashier.More
I went there with a friend of mine, for a casual and fast dinner. We asked a couple of local ladies to suggest a place for dinner, willing to have sushi. They suggested us this place, both cheap and close to Shibuya, which we really...enjoyed: cheap but good servings, good quality, great menu variety.
Every order was delivered super quickly, but still, the quality/price ratio was really high.
I will definitely come back.More
It’s not a traditional sushi restaurant, and it’s not even a traditional conveyor sushi restaurant, but it’s delicious and fun as heck. Wide variety on the menu, so you can try a little bit of everything or get plenty of what you like. Ordering is...completely English friendly, so you do see many tourists here.More
This is not a gourmet dining experience, nor is it meant to be. Diners are seated on a first-come, first-serve basis and the queue moves very quickly. Once seated, ordering via the tablet is easy and the food is delivered via two conveyor belts and...powdered green tea and condiments are available at all seats. Great selection of sushi at rock-bottom prices. We go there every year and will continue to do so.More
If you are hungry and low on budget I would recommend you coming here. The line may seem long during weekend dinner rush but trust me the wait is not that long because table turns really quickly in there. For the price of the sushi...I would say the quality of the fishes are pretty good. Unlike other conveyer belt sushi you have to order all your dishes from the iPad and the sushi will be delivered to you on the conveyer. We never paid more than 3000 here, so its super cheap and VERY filling.More
The nigiri sushi is to die for! The restaurant uses tablets for self service, offering an easy dining experience void of language barrier.
I would definitely recommend this sushi restaurant in Shibuya! 👅
The "industrial" version of the conveyor belt restaurant: rows and rows of conveyor belt; you order on screen (in Japanglish) ; you get super fresh food to stop right in front of you ; you carry on ordering because it is super fun. Probably not...the best group setting - each person ultimately eats in front of a screen - but fun experience and excellent food.More
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Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
Response from TheSwissNomad | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we went both to Uobei and Genki, but preferred way more the latter, since the enviroment at Genki seemed less rushed, prices were slightly cheaper and there were some good combos to choose from. I found Uobei also less... More
Hi, we went both to Uobei and Genki, but preferred way more the latter, since the enviroment at Genki seemed less rushed, prices were slightly cheaper and there were some good combos to choose from. I found Uobei also less clean than Genki. Overall it was a fun experience, not the best of quality but once in a while it is fun.
Hope you enjoy your stay, Tokyo is awesome.