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Affordable Sushi Restaurants Around Shinjuku
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Find the Most Affordable Sushi Restaurants Around Shinjuku

Delicious and fresh sushi doesn't have to break the bank. In Shinjuku, stop by one of the many affordable sushi restaurants to enjoy one of Japan's treats. If there is a line, you know it's good.

While restaurants around the world may boast the quality of their sushi, it stands to reason that nothing is going to be able to compare to eating it in Japan. Also, even though you are at the homeland of sushi, it is easy to find restaurants that offer you amazing food but without it costing a fortune. However, there is a problem. A quick search will throw up a wealth of possibilities, so which one do you choose? Well, to just make life that bit easier, we are going to point you in the direction of nine such restaurants that will not disappoint.

 

#1. Kaitenzushi Genroku

This sushi restaurant can be found just a short walk away from the Seibu-Shinjuku Station, so getting there is certainly not going to be an issue. It is open on Sundays and it operates the conveyor belt sushi within their establishment. It is often seen as being a bit more of a traditional sushi restaurant for what it offers, but considering it is inexpensive to dine there and the fish is indeed fresh, then there is not too much to be concerned about.
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Kaitenzushi Genroku

Address: 1-18-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 5 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours:

Phone: 03-3200-5854

Website: –

Tabelog: Kaitenzushi Genroku

 

#2. Sushi zammai

Sushi zammai
Photo Credit:Cheon Fong Liew@flickr

You will find Sushizammai close to the Higashi Shinjuku Station and perhaps the best part of this sushi restaurant is that it is open 24 hours. It provides take-out, it is child friendly, and it does more than just sushi with other seafood and seafood bowls also readily available. There are a total of 66 seats in the restaurant and it is often quite busy with hungry diners. It is certainly bright, appealing, and the food is served quickly with fresh ingredients used. It may not be the cheapest sushi restaurant in the area, but it still offers value for money.
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Sushi zammai

Address: Seno bldg3F 18-4 Shijyuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 3 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 24 hours

Phone: 03-5357-7737

Website: Sushizammai

 

#3. Shionzushi

Shionzushi is just a short five minute walk from the Shinjuku Sanchome Station and they operate the conveyor belt sushi idea. They are open from 11 AM to 11 PM and seven days a week. It is a non-smoking restaurant and it is certainly set up for families with a friendly atmosphere that will make it a pleasant experience if you have kids with you. When it comes to the price, then it is certainly on the cheaper end of the price range although this should not put you off as they do deliver nice sushi and do so in a timely manner which is all you should be really looking for.
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Shionzushi

Address: 3-9-1 Shijyuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 3 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Phone: 03-3356-1319

Website: –

Tabelog: Shionzushi

 

#4. Numaduko

Numaduko
Photo Credit: numazuko.com

Located just under 150 meters from Shinjuku Sanchome Station, you can expect the full-on sushi conveyor belt at this establishment. It is open seven days a week and from 11 AM to 11 PM. It opened in 2002 and it has just over 50 seats and with it being quite popular, thanks to the affordable prices, then you need to be sure that you can get a seat. Also, there is a take-out option and they are very welcoming to families as well.
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Numaduko

Address: 1-10-1 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 2 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 11:00 AM – 11:30 PM

Phone: 03-5361-8228

Website: Numaduko

 

#5. Kaisen Misakiko

You will be able to find Kaisen Misakiko less than 200 meters from the Higashi Shinjuku Station. This is certainly a much smaller sushi restaurant than others mentioned in that it just has 29 seats so you need to be in luck if you want to enjoy their own sushi train. They are open from 11 AM to 11 PM with a late offering after 10:30 PM. They opened in 2012 and this is certainly much more like the kind of place you would go to with people you work with or your friends rather than families. However, it is affordable and the wide seats are certainly comfortable.
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Kaisen Misakiko

Address: 6-27-30 Shinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: Connected to Higashi Shinjuku Station

Hours: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Phone: 03-5291-9931

Website: Kaisen Misakiko

 

#6. Himawarizushi

Himawarizushi is located close to both the Kogakuin University and the Shinsen Shinjuku Station. It is open seven days a week from 11 AM to 10 PM and it’s small with only 28 seats available. They use the sushi conveyor belt and there is take-out available as well. People recommend it as a place to head to when you are with friends although they do point out that they are also very child friendly as well. Once again, it is near the cheaper end of the spectrum but cheap does not always equate to poor quality as this place will testify.
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Himawarizushi

Address: 1-15-3 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 3 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Phone: 03-3344-3576

Website: –

Tabelog: Himawarizushi

 

#7. Kaitensushiya Hibari

Situated just over 200 meters east of the Seibu Shinjuku Station, Kaitensushiya Hibari offers you the chance to enjoy sushi late at night as they mainly operate after 10 PM. They offer the sushi conveyor belt and considering they are a late night operation, they are not that expensive. It is a small place with 24 seats and it is often recommended that this is the perfect place to check out if you are on your own or with just another friend. It is not really for large groups, but that is because of the space issue rather than anything else.
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Kaitensushiya Hibari

Address: 2-36-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 8 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 24 hours

Phone: 03-3209-5656

Website: –

Tabelog: Kaitensushiya Hibari

 

#8. Kaitenzushi Oedo

Kaitenzushi Oedo
Photo Credit:ooedo.co.jp

Oedo is mere meters away from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station, so getting to it is never going to be problematic. They open their doors seven days a week starting at 11:30 AM and closing at 11 PM. It is a non-smoking restaurant with no provisions for smokers and they run a sushi conveyor belt. It is recommended that this place is perfect for friends rather than families.
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Kaitenzushi Oedo

Address: 1-3-1 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 3 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM

Phone: 03-3342-8028

Website: Kaitenzushi Oedo

 

#9. Sakura Sushi

Finally, Sakura Sushi is just over 150 meters from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station and this particular restaurant makes a big deal about the fact that they offer dining after midnight. They are also open on Sundays and even though the price may be slightly higher than you can pay elsewhere, it is still well within the boundaries of being seen as affordable. They also generally only accept cash for their conveyor belt sushi and it is reported that it is more for the individual rather than groups. However, that should not stop you from checking it out with a few friends.
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Sakura Sushi

Address: 1-25-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 4 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Hours: –

Phone: 03-3204-4240

Website: –

Tabelog: Sakura Sushi

 

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