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At the Ponshukan in Yuzawa, you can wait for your train while drinking vending-machine sake and bathing in an onsen where the hotspring water is enriched with sake.
This hugely popular conveyor-belt sushi shop in Asakusa attracts both tourists and locals. The price per plate ranges from 140 to 520 yen.
Centrally located conveyor belt sushi restaurant serving quality fish and seafood direct from a local market at reasonable prices.
Seafood lovers paradise. A taste of what the waters surrounding Hokkaido have to offer.
Our four year old son’s favorite restaurant is a chain convenyor belt (kaiten) sushi restaurant called Sushi-ro. What it lacks in romance, it makes up for in price and convenience. Sushi-ro has locations across Japan and even in China. Many locations offer a touch screen menu at your table with four language options: Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean. Almost all plates at Sushi-ro cost Y105.