Updated： November 07, 2018
5 CHEAP Sushi Restaurants In Ginza, Tokyo
Ginza may be synonymous with high-end sushi, but there are also some cheap and really delicious options. Here are five restaurants that are easy on the wallet and really good.
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Umegaoka Sushi-no Midori 梅丘寿司の美登利
For the price it's hard to beat Midori Sushi. This is the main location of the famous chain. They build their reputation on sushi made with fresh neta (toppings) delivered daily from the Tsukiji Fish Market. You can order a la carte with individual prices starting at ¥50 (tuna for instance) and going up to ¥500 for rare kinds and delicacies. Sets are also availabe from ¥1,050 to ¥2,800.
Located a 4-minute walk from Exit A2 of the Ginza Station.
Kaitenzushi Nemuro Hanamaru 回転寿司 根室花まる
This is a kaitenzushi (sushi train) restaurant and one of the best at that. The name Nemuro comes from a fishing village in Hokkaido. The restaurant states on its official website that it aims to serve fish "as if it were still alive", which tells a lot about their commitment to freshness. This is not just an empty promise either. Hanamaru is indeed highly regarded by sushi lovers in Japan. If you go there, you might want to try the following recommendations: ginger iwashi (Japanese pilchard) and aka oya (red sea squid). Or, simply ask for what the osusume (recommendation) of the day is.
Tachigui Nemuro Hanamaru 立食い寿司 根室花まる
This is another branch of Nemuro Hanamaru, but this one is a standing sushi bar. So you get the same great sushi at a more than reasonable price but you eat standing at the counter. It's an interesting experience you should try Japan. Like many people that go there, we recommend that you have a Sapporo cold beer with your order. This is the unofficial standard standing sushi bar set.
Kaiten Sushi Sakaba Ginza Numazuko 回転寿司酒場 銀座沼津港
This is another highly regarded revolving sushi train restaurant. The atmosphere is more refined than standard revolving sushi bars. Another particularity is that they even have an all-you-can-eat option (¥4,800 for men) that you could consider if you are planning to eat a lot. You can even add an all-you-can-drink option as well. If you order a la carte, the prices per plate range from ¥170 to ¥520.
Shari The Tokyo Sushi Bar
Shari The Tokyo is relatively more expensive than the previous places introduced but it is still very affordable by Ginza standards. You can get a 20-piece set for ¥3,000 for instance. The restaurant has a fashionable interior and is more geared towards spending a long evening in good company than just simply eating good quality sushi. They even have all-you-can-drink options. As for the sushi, the particularity of this place is that they have their own unique type of makizushi (rolled sushi). Another thing they are famous for is their ikura-no kama yaki gohan (a bowl of salmon roe on rice; ¥2,800).
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