8月 31, 2019
Affordable, But Great! The Best 9 Conveyor Belt Sushi Shops In Kyoto.
It is actually great to try a traditional course meal in Kyoto, a popular sightseeing area in Japan, but Sushi is one of the best dishes you can try there. When it comes to Sushi itself, many people might think they are quite expensive and that makes you stay away from Sushi restaurants. So, in this article, I will introduce the best 9 conveyor belt sushi shops offering the amazing sushi with the freshest ingredients possible!
Sushi no Musashi
Aiming for “the shop loved by guests”, “Sushi no Musashi” was established 37 years ago. 3 kinds of rice; Koshihikari from the Banshu and Bizen regions and Akebono are well blended with Sushi vinegar. Moreover, you can try a special blending soy sauce and the original green tea to drink!
This shop is quite uniqe as they offer not only ordinary sushi, but pressed sushi (Oshizushi) as well. Also, they have some interesting menus including California rolls, so even tourists and families can enjoy! Now, if you have a chance to visit Kyoto, this is the first place to drop by!
Name: Sushi no Musashi
Address: 8-3, Takakura Town, Higashi Shiokoji, Shimogyo Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Access: Walk approx. 4 mins from Kyoto Station
Map: map to Sushi no Musashi
Kyou Suzaku Sushi Ichiba
Although this “Kyou Suzaku Sushi Ichiba” is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, you can try not only an affordable sushi, but also a luxury one as well. 1st floor is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, and 2nd floor has quite a few table seats to sit and relax to enjoy a course meal. Also “Seafood Chirashi” which uses the freshest seafood and “Tuna Bowl” which contains different parts of tuna are the popular menus here.
They also have a wide range of sake, so if you are planning to drop by for dinner, sit in a calm atmosphere and enjoy a combination of sushi and sake. As one plate starts from 100 yen, this restaurant is suitable for any occasions. Try and enjoy sushi here at Sushi Ichiba!
Name: Kyou Suzaku Sushi Ichiba
Address: 80, Bungi Town, Suzaku, Shimogyou Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Access: Walk approx. 6 mins from Tanbaguchi Station
Map: map to Kyou Suzaku Sushi Ichiba
Kaiten Sushi CHOJIRO
Sushi restaurant, where tourists would love to try, to feel a traditional culture of Kyoto is this place – “Kaiten Sushi CHOJIRO”. Sushi chef makes the greatest sushi using the fresh and seasonal ingredients. It has been awarded for 3 years in a row on one of the most popular travel websites in Japan as it has been offering the best customer service!
Do not worry if you are not fluent in Japanese as you can make an order via touch panel supporting a multiple languages. When it comes to conveyor belt sushi in Japan today, many people think they are just using the machines to make it, but all sushi menus here are handmade by the professional sushi chef!
Name: Kaiten Sushi CHOJIRO
Address: 103-2, Hashimoto Town, Shimogyou Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Time: (Mon-Fri) 11:30-15:00/17:00-23:30 (Sat/Sun/Pub) 11:30-23:30
Access: Walk approx.3 mins from Kawahara Town Station
Map: map to Kaiten Sushi CHOJIRO
If you are keen on trying the best sushi made by the professional sushi chef in Kyoto, then “Nigiri Chojiro” is the place. This place has been loved by the locals for its sushi made with the freshest ingredients imported directly from the farms, sweet vinegar, and soy sauce.
To hear the words “nice taste” from the customers, they have decided to offer the freshest ingredients possible everyday! Also, the restaurant itself is filled with the energetic atmosphere to make yourself feel happy. If you feel tired after a long trip, visit this place and get more energy!
Name: Nigiri Chojiro
Address: 50-3, Sannomiya Town, Kami Katsura, Nishikyou Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Time: (Mon-Fri) 11:30-15:00 / 17:00-23:00 (Sat/Sun/Pub) 11:30-23:00
Access: Walk approx. 7 mins from Kami Katsura Station
Map: map to Nigiri Chojiro
Where you can go in by yourself and enjoy an affordable but nice sushi is here – “Sushiro”. Sushiro is what you might think of when it comes to the popular conveyor sushi chain restaurants in Japan. It applies the original maintenance system to keep its seafood fresh.
Also, they always keep getting the picture which seafood sells the most and it will automatically dispose of the old ingredients. Most people tend to choose a new restaurant during the trip, but there is an option to visit a familiar restauraunt as well. If you feel like it, then keep this Sushiro in your mind!
Address: 102, Chudoji Minami Town, Shimogyou Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Time: (Mon-Fri) 11:00-23:00 (Sat/Sun/Pub) 10:30-23:00
Access: Walk approx. 3 mins from Tanbaguchi Station
Map: map to Sushiro
Nigiri no Tokubei
“Nigiri no Tokubei”, a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, is located in a huge shopping mall in which many families visit everyday. As the menus shows all the allergen information, it is a great place to eat out for those who are concerned about their allergy.
Also, because the menus start from the ones with an affordable price, literally anyone would be able to enjoy at the restaurant. If you visit this shopping mall and feel like eating sushi, try Nigiri no Tokubei!
Name: Nigiri no Tokubei
Address: AEON Mall Kyoto Katsuragawa Level 2, 376-1, Kuze Takada Town, Minami Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Access: Walk 5 mins from Nishiguchi Station
Map: map to Nigiri no Tokubei
“Morimori Sushi” is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant originated in Kanazawa, where the fresh seafood is popular. It is quite convenient to use as it is located in the shopping mall. The ingredients are all imported directly from the market in Noto.
Also, they offer all the plates of sushi with affordable prices for what they think – to let guests experience the authentic sushi. Why not try Morimori Sushi after enjoying a fun shopping experience?
Name: Morimori Sushi
Address: Level 1, AEON mall Kumiyama, 156-1, Moriminami Ouchi, Kumiyama town, Kuse Gun, Kyoto
Access: Drive approx. 15 mins by bus from Chushojima Station
Map: map to Morimori Sushi
Nagare Sushi Sandaime Otowa Fushimi
It is a new conveyor belt sushi restaurant – at “Nagare Sushi Sandaime Otowa Fushimi”, sushi which hasn’t been ordered cannot be seen on the conveyor belt, so that means, only the ones already ordered come around to keep them fresh. 3 “justs”, “just cooked”, “just cut”, and “just made” are the most important things here.
Also this place is suitable for family or the groups as it has quite a few table seats. Of all menus, “Bikkuri (meaning surprising) 3 assorted sushi” is what you must try! It includes salmon roe, crab, and a huge piece of congers! These are what you cannot have at other shops.
Name: Nagare Sushi Sandaime Otowa Fushimi
Address: 34, Yoko Oji Shibafu, Fushimi Ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Time: (Weekdays) 11:00-14:00 / 17:00-22:00 (Sat/Sun/Pub) 11:00-22:00
Access: Drive 10 mins from Chushojima Station
Map: map to Nagare Sushi Sandaime Otowa Fushimi
One of the conveyor sushi restaurants, which is renowned for its affordable price, is “Kaitenzushi Kiraku”. The sushi here is offered with an affordable price for a huge piece of sushi, and you must book prior to your visit especially at the weekends! They have a wide variety of menus including the ordinary ones to the seasonal ones, and the restaurant itself is spacious that it is suitable for a group of people.
Also, not only sushi, but they also offer other menus such as sides and desserts. And what’s more – they have an assorted sushi menu and bowls so it is literally good even when you are starving! You will have an amazing dining experience until you get enough!
Name: kaitenzushi Kiraku
Address: 13-1, Dou no Mae, Kamiueno Town, Mukou City, Kyoto
Access: Walk approx. 10 mins from Nishi Mukou Station
Map: map to kaitenzushi Kiraku
Enjoy The Conveyor Belt Sushi In Kyoto!
Now I have introduced the best 9 conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Kyoto. How was it? This kind of sushi restaurants usually don’t make you wait that long to go in, and offer a wide variety of menus with an affordable price. Many of you might think of a traditional course meal or tempura when it comes to old town of Kyoto, but there are other restaurants where you can drop by. Have you found your favourite restaurant at all? Now let’s try!