Toriton is a kaiten-zushi restaurant from Hokkaido. The quality is excellent for the price, with plates starting at just 130 yen (US$1.20) each. Located inside the Tokyo Skytree Village. English menu available.
Genki Sushi is a well-known inexpensive sushi joint, with most locations serving their dishes conveyor belt-style. It’s also very convenient, as customers can also choose to order their dishes from a tablet with multiple language options if they don’t see what they want.
Heiroku Sushi has plates ranging from 108 up to 500 yen (US$0.99-4.60), depending on the contents (plates are color-coded for easy calculations). They’re known for serving up interesting and creative sushi combinations.
At Sushi Midori, you can order sushi sets ranging from a mere 1,050 up to 2,800 yen (US$9.65-25.70) for a mixed plate with the works, including soup and dessert. Single plates, hand rolls, and chirashi don – a rice bowl topped with assorted sashimi and vegetables – are also available.
Mikore is one of Shinjuku‘s best loved spots for affordable sushi. During lunchtime is the best deal, when you can pick up a seafood donburi (rice bowl) or a plate of mixed sushi for around 1,000 yen (US$9.20). It’s located close to Shinjuku Station, right on the border with Shibuya.
Sushi-Ro is a trusted kaiten-zushi chain will locations all over Japan. With low prices and an easy, efficient setup, it’s become a go-to place for anyone on a budget. Plates start at 108 yen (US$0.99), and multi-language ordering options are available.
Zanmai Sushi serves sushi set meals starting at just 800 yen (US$7.35). Despite their low prices, it’s actually the quality that keeps customers coming back. Another bonus? Some locations are open 24 hours, like this one in Tsukiji.