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This is the place to go for sushi in Shinjuku!Popular Sushi Restaurants in Shinjuku

A photo of Tuna Nigiri

Shinjuku” is one of the Kanto region’s leading downtown areas. Starting from Shinjuku East Exit, Shinjuku Kabukicho, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku Sanchome, etc., the Shinjuku area covers a wide area and attracts many domestic and foreign tourists and young people. There are also many offices scattered throughout the area, which are frequented by businessmen and office workers.

Even in the Shinjuku area, which attracts such a diverse range of people, sushi restaurants are particularly popular. Sushi restaurants are especially popular among tourists, families with children, business entertainment, one-person lunches and dinners.

In the Shinjuku area, where there are many restaurants, it is extremely difficult to find a popular sushi restaurant. In this article, we will respond to such voices and introduce you to some of the most convenient and popular sushi restaurants in Shinjuku.

The features of each sushi restaurant and details of each restaurant are summarized, so please check this article before you go looking for a sushi restaurant in Shinjuku!


Shinjuku’s rising star! The hottest sushi restaurant

Sushi Kosuke

Sushi Kosuke opened in 2022, just outside the west exit of Shinjuku Station. The “real sushi” that quietly stands amidst the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku has already become a hot topic in the sushi industry.

The owner, whotrained at a starred restaurant in Ginza and honed his skills at numerous Michelin restaurants, delivers not Edo-mae sushi, but new innovative sushi. He delivers not Edo-mae sushi, but new and innovative sushi. The sushi restaurant is already attracting attention as a popular and highly acclaimed sushi restaurant with high scores on certain word-of-mouth websites.

The “Ootoro Nigiri” of natural tuna, which requires no compromise, is made by removing all the muscle and blood clots with tweezers, followed by 50 knife strokes after a patient preparation process. The ingredients are fine-tuned daily according to temperature and humidity to provide the best nigiri.

In addition, the signature nigirizushi “Nodoguro Nigiri” is also a must-try. The nodoguro (sea bream) from Nagasaki is kombu-banded for a whole day to tighten the meat and add flavor. The skin is sprinkled with salt and grilled to a crisp over high-temperature charcoal, and the aroma is combined to create a sushi that cannot be found anywhere else. The rice, made with a perfect blend of red vinegar, white vinegar, and rice vinegar, is a perfect match for the elaborate ingredients. Everyone who tastes the best sushi is sure to be impressed.

The restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere with a high quality Japanese feel, making it hard to believe that you are in the bustling Shinjuku area with its many young people. The counter, where you can experience the sushi chef’s skill up close and personal, is a special seat in this wood-toned Japanese-style hideaway that makes you forget the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku.

This is a sushi restaurant that will satisfy you with the best sushi without missing any special meal in Shinjuku, and one that you cannot take your eyes off of in the future.

Just a stone’s throw from bustling Shinjuku Station. Despite its location in one of the busiest areas of Shinjuku, the high quality of the space will make you forget about it.

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Sushi Kosuke

B1, No.3 Seiko Building, 1-15-8 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Station, 1 min. walk from Exit 7
■JR Lines Shinjuku Station, 1 min. walk
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku 3-chome Station, 8 min. walk from Exit E10
■Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Shinjuku 3-chome Station, 8 min. walk from Exit E10
■Toei Subway Oedo Line Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station, 9 min. walk from Exit D420000 yen to 30000 yen

Over 65 types of sushi and a la carte dishes at the buffet in Shinjuku

Sushi Academy Shinjuku Nishiguchi

Sushi Academy Shinjuku Nishiguchi Branch” is known by many people in Shinjuku as a restaurant where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat sushi at a reasonable price.

Located a five-minute walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station is Sushi Academy Shinjuku Nishiguchi Branch, which offers an all-you-can-eat buffet of more than 65 types of sushi and a la cart e dishes. The restaurant offers a buffet of sushi carefully prepared by artisans and a la carte dishes to enjoy along with the sushi.

Fresh ingredients are purchased daily. For nigiri sushi, there are always more than 30 different types of sushi available, including chutoro (medium fatty tuna), akami (red tuna), and madai (sea bream), as well as a wide variety of hand-rolled sushi, gunkan (warship), and more. Fish are always carefully examined, as their fat content and meat quality change depending on the season. The Sushi Academy Shinjuku West Exit Branch offers the finest sushi items, which are made possible by the skill of the chefs, such as the amount of salt and vinegar used, and the seasoning.

variety of all-you-can-eat menus centered on sushi, fried dishes, steamed rice in a bowl, and more are also available for women. Desserts to enjoy at the end of sushi are also available, and the touchable almond tofu and pudding are especially popular.

Orders for sushi and other dishes can be placed quickly and easily on the touch panel. The easy accessibility of the restaurant is also unique to Shinjuku, where people of diverse ethnic backgrounds gather.

The restaurant has a clean, calm atmosphere with a wood-grained interior. The restaurant’s convenient location, right next to Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station, and reasonable pricing have made it a favorite among many visitors to Japan who use Shinjuku.

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Sushi Academy Shinjuku Nishiguchi

2F No.2 Takahashi Building, 7-14-6 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo■Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station on the Toei Oedo Line, 5-minute walk from Exit D5
■Seibu Shinjuku Station on the Seibu Railway Shinjuku Line, 5-minute walk from Exit 2
■Nishi Shinjuku Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, 6-minute walk from Exit 1
■7-minute walk from the west exit of Shinjuku Station on JR lines4,000-5,000 yen (sushi lunch: 3,000-4,000 yen)

Michelin-starred restaurant “Tenpura Yokota” opens a branch in Shinjuku. Authentic Amafujira and Sushi in Shinjuku

Shinjuku Sushi YOKOTAShinjuku East Exit, Shinjuku Sancho

A sushi restaurant newly launched in Shinjuku by a famous restaurant. The main attraction is the sushi, which is made with carefully selected ingredients, and is prepared by the owner, who was trained as a sushi chef at a famous restaurant.

The famous Azabu Juban restaurant “Tempura YOKOTA”, which has won Michelin eight times, has opened a sushi restaurant in Shinjuku as “Shinjuku Sushi YOKOTA”. While inheriting the beliefs of the main restaurant, the restaurant has opened a new frontier in Shinjuku. The popular restaurant in Azabu Juban has demonstrated its ability here in Shinjuku, and since its opening, it has been attracting a growing number of fans as a sushi restaurant.

Shinjuku Sushi YOKOTA is not only famous for its tempura, but also for its sushi. The chef carefully selects ingredients to create a beautiful sushi and tempura course that is the centerpiece of the restaurant. Sushi is not served a la carte, but is served as part of a course-style kaiseki meal. The course is composed mainly of nigiri (hand-rolled sushi) and nibbles, which are exquisite works of art. The sushi, in particular, is made from carefully selected seasonal ingredients. The chefs are conscious of cooking dishes that bring out the best flavors of the ingredients and serve the freshest fish at its best. The owner, who honed his skills as a sushi chef at a famous restaurant, offers a full lineup of sushi to be enjoyed to the fullest.

Tempura, which is the centerpiece of the menu along with sushi, is made with carefully selected batter and oil, and the heat is carefully adjusted to pull it out of the oil at the optimum time, resulting in a crispy texture, the fragrance of the batter, and the aroma of precisely cooked seafood that spreads in your mouth. The restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes that are prepared with the utmost care and attention to detail in terms of ingredients, taste, color, smell, atmosphere, and customer satisfaction.

The interior of the restaurant is clean, warm, chic, and relaxed. It is a quiet place to enjoy sushi in the bustling city of Shinjuku. Private rooms are also available, making it perfect for business entertainment in Shinjuku. The restaurant is a short walk from Shinjuku Station as well as Shinjuku Sanchome Station, making it very accessible.

If you want to enjoy sushi casually, you can start with lunch.

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Shinjuk Sushi YOKOTA

FS Building B1F, 3-20-6 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■JR Lines: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Station
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Station
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station
■Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station
■Toei Subway Oedo Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station~15,000 yen (sushi lunch: ~5,000 yen)

Hokkaido’s famous sushi restaurant has expanded to Shinjuku! Sushi by the owner from a famous five-star hotel

Sushi Miyagawa Shinjuku

The sushi served by talented sushi chefs is a superb selection.

Sushi Miyagawa Shinjuku is run by a sushi chef from a five-star hotel. This sushi restaurant, located in a prime Shinjuku location, was opened by a highly popular sushi restaurant in Hokkaido. Located in a small building off Shinjuku’s East Exit, it is a hidden gem of a sushi restaurant that is well known among those in the know in Shinjuku.

The sushi is superb, made with carefully selected ingredients and a particular style of sushi rice. The owner himself goes to the market every day and carefully selects wild-caught seafood, which is then prepared into sushi and other delicate dishes. The sushi at “Sushi Miyagawa Shinjuku” is characterized by being carefully prepared and served at its best. You can enjoy this world view from lunch, and the reasonable price is also attractive even among authentic sushi restaurants.

Sushi and other seasonal delicacies made with the utmost care and attention to detail are served in a course style. The sushi course, which includes seasonal a la carte dishes, is particularly popular, allowing diners to enjoy their meal in a relaxed atmosphere.

Another feature of “Sushi Miyagawa Shinjuku” is that the sake connoisseur selects the best sake to pair with the sushi. Sake lovers will be even more pleased with the wide selection of sake, shochu, and wine, all of which pair perfectly with sushi.

Sushi Miyagawa Shinjuku is located in a quiet, seemingly obscure location, yet it is just a short walk from Shinjuku Station and Shinjuku-Sanchome Station. The restaurant is well-equipped with sophisticated, warm counter seating, which is synonymous with sushi restaurants, as well as private rooms suitable for private occasions such as a dinner party in Shinjuku. The “Selected Nigiri Course,” which offers only sushi, is available only in private rooms, so if a private room is a must, this is the course for you.

When it comes to sushi restaurants, the counter seats are the best seats. In addition, private rooms are available to support formal occasions in Shinjuku.

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Sushi Miyagawa Shinjyuku

6F-A, 3-20-5 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■JR Lines: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Station
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Station
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station
■Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku-sanchome Station
■Toei Subway Oedo Line: 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station~10,000 yen (sushi lunch: ~2,000 yen)

Michelin-starred Ginza restaurant opens in Shinjuku! Continuously Evolving Orthodox Edomae Sushi

Shinjuku Sushi Shiori-An Yamashiro Shinjuku East Exit

A famous restaurant in Ginza is now in Shinjuku. Here you can fully enjoy the high quality of their techniques.

This is the Shinjuku branch of the famous Ginza restaurant “Shiori An Yamashiro,” which has a Michelin-starred history. The refined space isolated from the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku and the owner’s Edomae-zushi, the finest sushi, can be enjoyed here.

Nigiri-zushi is made by chefs who have studied at famous sushi restaurants, and the menu features carefully prepared a la carte dishes. At “Shinjuku Sushi Shiori Yamashiro East Exit Branch”, you will find not only traditional sushi with Edo-mae techniques, but also nigiri with the unique personality of the owner. The owner puts a lot of thought into each and every ingredient, and he never neglects to procure his ingredients from carefully selected connoisseurs. This is a restaurant for adults where you can fully enjoy the elegant sushi woven by careful preparation and delicate techniques.

At the live counter, you can enjoy the “best of the day” with all five senses as the ingredients are transformed into the final dish. Seasonal omakase Edomae nigiri is the ultimate sushi experience. You can enjoy the fusion of Japan’s four seasons, the many ingredients that color the season, and the techniques of Edomae Sushi.

The restaurant is also equipped with private Japanese-style rooms, offering the best in hospitality in the bustling Shinjuku area, as well as for important business meetings and dinners.

Located in the Seibu Shinjuku area, a few minutes from the east exit of Shinjuku Station. A popular restaurant where adults gather to enjoy authentic sushi at reasonable prices.

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Shinjuku Sushi Siori-An Yamashiro Shinjuku-higashi-guchi-ten

Shinjuku Kabukicho Shopping District Promotion Association Building 5F-B, 1-19-3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Seibu Shinjuku Line: 3 minutes walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station
■Toei Oedo Line: 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station
■JR Yamanote Line: 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station~10,000 yen (Sushi Lunch: ~10,000 yen )

Authentic Edomae Sushi with 30 years of experience

Shinjuku Sushi Aomi

The sushi prepared by the sushi chefs at Edomae Sushi Hitotoki is made from the finest ingredients.

The Shinjuku branch of Sushi Aomi, which also has branches in Ginza, Shinagawa, and Aoyama. Even in the Shinjuku area, where many sushi restaurants line the streets, this sushi restaurant has received high praise for its “user-friendliness” and “relaxed atmosphere” in which customers can enjoy authentic sushi.

The owner of “Shinjuku Sushi Aomi” has spent many years acquiring a keen eye for sushi ingredients, which he is proud to serve at his restaurant. The owner personally visits the market every morning to purchase the best seasonal fish. In addition, we also use carefully selected ingredients from our own long-established business channels. He is uncompromising in his thoroughness, buying only what he considers to be truly good. The specialty of “Shinjuku Sushi Aomi” is the Edomae-zushi, a distinctively different type of sushi that is hard to find at other sushi restaurants.

The most popular sushi at Shinjuku Sushi Aomi is ” Unotan “. The best unotan from all over Japan, from the north to the south, are gathered here. You can even compare the different types, which is sure to please the unotan lovers in your life.

The menu is composed of “a little bit of everything and a lot of everything” so that customers can enjoy all the seasonal ingredients. The restaurant offers seasonal fish and a la carte dishes while mixing nigirizushi and a la carte dishes, which is appreciated by women who want to eat all kinds of food.

Only a 2-minute walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station. It is also a short walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station. The restaurant’s location, a short distance from the bustle of downtown Shinjuku, creates a relaxed atmosphere. The space has a modern design with a 7-meter-long linear counter and minimal decoration. The handmade chairs, designed for comfort, create a relaxing atmosphere in Shinjuku.

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Shinjuku Sushi Aomi

Ishikawa Building 4F, 7-9-13 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Toei Oedo Line: 2 minutes walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station
■Seibu Shinjuku Line: 3 minutes walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station
■JR Yamanote Line: 4 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station~15,000 yen

Authentic Edomae Sushi by a Michelin-starred chef

Shinjuku Sushi Tsumugi

Offering graceful sushi that is intoxicating to the eyes as well. As one would expect from a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant in Ginza, there is no doubt about the quality of the food.

Shinjuku Sushi Tsumugi, a sushi restaurant that has won Michelin awards in Ginza for three consecutive years, has opened a restaurant in Shinjuku. The sushi restaurant has been recognized in Ginza, a fierce battleground for sushi, so the taste is second to none.

The sushi is carefully prepared and prepared with delicate techniques to create elegant sushi that is intoxicating to the eye. The sushi is made with carefully selected seasonal ingredients, and the ingredients are carefully prepped and allowed to rest to bring out the natural flavors of the fish. Sushi is served as a course only. The most popular course is the reasonably priced ” O-Makase Nigiri Course. The chef carefully selects the day’s recommendation and offers it to you.

Lunch is a great way to enjoy sushi at a particularly reasonable price. If you want to try authentic sushi but feel that nighttime sushi is too expensive, try lunch.

The cozy yet sophisticated space is full of warmth and cleanliness, creating an adult atmosphere. Located in the Nishi-Shinjuku area, a slightly quieter part of Shinjuku, the restaurant is also equipped with private rooms that can be used for business entertainment, taking into consideration the characteristics of Nishi-Shinjuku, which is home to many corporations.

wide variety of drinks are available to complement the sushi. We offer a wide variety of drinks, including Japanese sake, wine, champagne, and other Western liquors. This sushi restaurant is perfect for formal dinners.

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Shinjuku Sushi Tsumugi

Nishi-Shinjuku Kokusai Dori Building 3F, 1-16-4 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■1 min. walk from Shinjuku Station on JR Yamanote Line
■3 min. walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station on Toei Oedo Line~15,000 yen (sushi lunch: ~6,000 yen)

Sushi Entertainment in Shinjuku. Quality space and quality sushi.

Sushi Yama-Ken Shinjuku

The tuna is our most recommended sushi. The sushi is made from the best fish that we procure through our own channels, and we are particular about the region we choose depending on the season.

Sushi Yama-Ken Shinjuku East Exit Branch is conveniently located just a two-minute walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station and Shinjuku Station East Exit. The Shinjuku area is known for its many restaurants, but we recommend this restaurant to those who are looking for a sushi restaurant of a higher rank as one that offers a high quality space and high quality sushi.

Sushi is made by artisans with great care and without any compromise. The kappo-style sushi is made from carefully selected ingredients that are purchased in season through our own unique channels, and a wide variety of items can be enjoyed, ranging from standard items to seasonal items. We are particularly particular about the tuna and thesea urchin. The restaurant is especially particular about the tuna and sea urchin, and selects the best ones in the right season and in the right area. A wide variety of sushi courses are also available, offering small portions of about 20 different dishes, which are recommended for important business entertainment.

In addition to fresh fish, which is the star of sushi, healthy and colorful vegetables are also used lavishly. The sushi and Japanese plates are accompanied by a variety of side dishes and decorative cut-ups.

Although Shinjuku is a bustling place with many people, this restaurant offers a calm and mature atmosphere. The restaurant is a combination of a bar lounge and a ryotei (Japanese-style restaurant), with wood as the base material, creating a warm, Japanese-style space. The counter seating, where you can enjoy the craftsmanship right in front of you, is an ideal place for a more grown-up scene.

The restaurant offers an extensive lineup of drinks, including rare local sake and shochu from all over Japan, which enhance the flavor of the sushi. We also focus on wine and champagne, so you can enjoy a drink to suit any occasion and taste.

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Sushi Yama-Ken Shinjuku East Exit

WaMall Kabukicho 6F, 1-18-9 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Seibu Shinjuku Line Seibu Shinjuku Station 2 min. walk from the main exit
■JR Line Shinjuku Station 4 min. walk from exit B13
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Station 4 min. walk
■Toei Subway Oedo Line Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station 4 min. walk from exit B128,000-10,000 ye

Reasonably priced authentic sushi restaurant open 24 hours

Tsukiji Kaisen Sushi Sushimamire Shinjuku Central Road

We are happy to offer our sushi, which we are proud of the outstanding freshness of which we purchase every morning, at a reasonable price.

Tsukiji Kaisen Sushi Sushimame Shinjuku Central Road Branch” is located on Central Road (a.k.a. Gojira Road) in Shinjuku Kabukicho, a few minutes from the East Exit of Shinjuku Station. It is a well-known popular sushi restaurant in Shinjuku that has appeared in various media.

The sushi items are freshly prepared every morning, and are served at a reasonable price that is easy on the wallet. The greatest appeal of “Tsukiji Kaisen Sushi Sushimairu Shinjuku Central Road Branch” is that you can enjoy it at a reasonable price that is easy on your wallet.

Veteran Edomae sushi chefs deliver authentic, top-quality sushi at a reasonable price. Don’t miss the restaurant’s popular “akagai” (red clams), as well as the tuna (bluefin tuna) at the top of the list.

The most popular of all is the original “Maguro Mamire (Mamire Sushi ). This specialty is a sumptuous assortment of six kinds of tuna: “raw tuna,” “otoro,” “chutoro,” “akami,” “negitoro gunkan,” and “otoro aburi. It is surprising that this dish, which allows you to rediscover the appeal of tuna while enjoying the various cooking methods, is available at a low price of less than 1,500 yen.

To fully enjoy the fresh seafood directly procured from Toyosu, look out for the snack menu in addition to sushi and sashimi. The rare “deep-fried tuna throat ” and other tempura are gems that can only be enjoyed at a sushi restaurant.

The restaurant also offers a wide selection of sake that goes well with sushi, and it is a pleasure to enjoy locally brewed sake from all over Japan.

The spacious interior overturns the image of a conventional sushi restaurant. In addition to a clean white-wood counter where you can come alone without hesitation, there are also table seats where you can enjoy sushi in a group.

Another key point is that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day, as is typical in Shinjuku, a town that never sleeps. This is a valuable sushi restaurant in Shinjuku that you can enjoy any time of the day.

In addition to being open 24 hours a day, this popular sushi restaurant is easy to use in any situation, whether by yourself or in a group.

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Tsukiji Kaisen Sushi Sushimamire Shinjuku Central Road

Big Lemon Building 1F, 1-15-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■3 min. walk from East Exit of Shinjuku Station on JR Lines
■4 min. walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station on Toei Oedo Line3000-4000 yen (sushi lunch: 1000-2000 yen)

Prosperous sushi restaurant reputed to have the largest variety of items in Japan

Tsukiji Tama Sushi Shinjuku Takashimaya

Sushi is offered at reasonable prices. In addition to sushi sets and courses, the restaurant also offers a wide variety of other a la carte menu items.

The Shinjuku branch of Tsukiji Tama Sushi is located in Shinjuku Takashimaya, a famous commercial facility in Shinjuku, which is directly connected to Shinjuku Station. This sushi restaurant offers not only sushi with quality ingredients, but also a wide variety of a la carte dishes at Masakado.

Although the restaurant is located in a prestigious department store in Shinjuku, it is also very reasonably priced, with a single piece of sushi starting at 132 yen. The extensive selection of individual rolls is also a point of interest, with more than 40 varieties of sushi, ranging from standard sushi to original creations.

The popular Omakimari Sushi lineup is also abundant, including a dish containing five pieces of sushi that is sure to be a hit with tuna lovers.

A real sushi restaurant offers a wide variety of seafood dishes. Tsukiji Tama Sushi Shinjuku Takashimaya boasts of its tuna, which can be enjoyed not only as nigirizushi but also as a snack.

The restaurant’s clean, white interior, with a mural of a cherry tree painted by an international artist, makes it an accessible space for people of all ages. Kids’ chairs and a children’s menu are also available, making it a great place for families with children to enjoy sushi.

There is also a wide variety of sake to complement the sushi, including a wide selection of famous and popular brands of sake from all over Japan.

Even in the rain, you can get there without getting wet from Shinjuku Station, and since it is right next to the station, you won’t get lost.

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Tsukiji Tama Sushi Shinjuku Takashimaya

Takashimaya Times Square 13F, 5-24-2 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
■JR Line Shinjuku Station, 2 min. walk from New South Exit
■Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Shinjuku Sanchome Station, 3 min. walk from Exit E8
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Sanchome Station, 3 min. walk from Exit E8
■Toei Oedo Line Shinjuku Station, 5 min. walk from Exit A13000-4000 yen (sushi lunch: 2000-3000 yen)

Itamae Sushi in the Toho Godzilla Building, a symbol of Shinjuku

Itamae Sushi Shinjuku Toho Building

Itamae Sushi” has won the highest bid for “hon maguro” (real tuna) at the first tuna auction at the Tokyo Tsukiji Market for four consecutive years. Located on the first floor of the Toho Building in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district, a famous landmark of Shinjuku, also known as the “Toho Godzilla Building,” this sushi restaurant is a popular place for adults to relax.

The restaurant is synonymous with the thorough attention to detail that goes into its tuna, which allows diners to enjoy the sweetness of the melt-in-your-mouth fat and the original flavor of the ingredients. The chefs themselves go to the restaurant every morning to purchase the fish directly from the market.

The signature dish at Itamae Sushi is the tuna nigiri. The ” Strongest Natural Tuna Set” is a luxurious tuna set that includes large tuna, medium tuna, red tuna, negitoro fine roll, and torotaku hand roll. There are also other sets such as the “Selected Superior Nigiri Set” and the “Edomae Nigiri Set,” which allow you to enjoy popular items without having to think about them, so you can enjoy the sushi while having a good conversation. All of the sushi is popular even among foreigners.

In addition to sushi made from carefully selected fresh fish, the restaurant also offers a solid Japanese food menu. The “Natural Tuna Sashimi Assortment,” which allows you to enjoy the real tuna as sashimi, is available for 1 to 6 persons, making it a useful menu item for adult drinking parties. There are also sushi snacks such as ” Itamae Seafood Salad” and”Special Tsumami Tamago Tamagoyaki ” that are perfect as accompaniments to drinks, allowing customers to enjoy a wide range of dishes as a set with their sushi. Several types of children’s menus that include sushi are also available, and all types come with toys! While being a sushi restaurant that families with children can enjoy, it also offers courses for banquets and a wide range of sushi dishes that can be enjoyed by large groups of people.

The spacious 100-seat restaurant is a clean and refined Japanese-style space. The counter seats allow diners to enjoy live sushi performances right in front of them, and the table seats also offer a view of the sushi bar, making it easy for diners to watch. The table seating is also partitioned off to create a private space, making it the perfect place for adults who want to enjoy both sushi and Japanese cuisine in Shinjuku.

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Itamae Sushi Shinjuku Toho Building

Shinjuku Toho Building 1F, 1-19-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Seibu Shinjuku Line: 4-minute walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station
■Toei Subway Oedo Line: 6-minute walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station
■JR Lines: 7-minute walk from Shinjuku Station East Exit
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 7-minute walk from Shinjuku Station050-1864-3883

The taste is second to none! Don’t miss the all-you-can-eat sushi deals that have been talked about in various media!

Kizunasushi Shinjuku Kabukicho

This authentic sushi restaurant procures fresh seafood from all over Japan, including “fresh fish that has been swimming in the sea until morning” shipped directly from Tateyama Port in Chiba Prefecture.

The “all-you-can-eat sushi course,” which includes about 80 kinds of sushi such as tuna chutoro (medium fatty tuna), sea urchin, salmon roe, and about 20 kinds of other delicacies, is the main attraction of this sushi restaurant, which has been the topic of numerous TV programs as a place where you can enjoy delicious sushi as much as you like. The restaurant is located in Shinjuku, which is a bustling place all day long, and offers sushi from lunch to dinner. The all-you-can-eat sushi course also includes an all-you-can-drink set, so you can enjoy the night in Shinjuku with sushi to your heart’s content.

In addition to the all-you-can-eat sushi course, don’t miss the individual sushi and other items. The restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes, including the ” Sankan-nigiri, ” a bargain-priced three-piece nigiri that allows diners to compare tastes, the popular “sushi rolls,” which are gorgeous to look at, and nigiri sets, including the “gorgeous kizuna sushi, ” which comes with a daimyo bowl in all of its sets.

The spacious restaurant, which seats well over 100 people, offers a variety of seating options to meet the needs of everyone from solo diners to various types of drinking parties. There is also space for everything from box seats to sofas on one side of the room. The restaurant also offers a children’s menu, and baby strollers are allowed, making it a great place for families with children to enjoy sushi together.

Located in one of the busiest areas in Shinjuku. It is within a few minutes’ walk from Shinjuku Station as well as Shinjuku Sanchome Station. Sushi is available for a wide range of occasions, from a meal with friends to a family dinner, to a girls’ night out. It is a sushi restaurant that can be used for a wide range of occasions, from a meal with friends to a family gathering to a girls’ night out.

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Kizunasushi Shinjuku Kabukicho

1F and B1, Daiichi Monami Building, 1-18-8 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Seibu Shinjuku Line: 2 minutes walk from Seibu Shinjuku Station
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line: 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station
■JR Line: 6 minutes walk from Shinjuku Station East Exit
■Toei Subway Oedo Line: 6 minutes walk from Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station3000-4000 yen (sushi lunch: 1000-2000 yen)

Over 130 varieties of sushi items available every year. Authentic Sushi Restaurant in Shinjuku

Sushi Restaurant Sushimaru

It is one of the most popular sushi restaurants in Shinjuku, and has been featured on TV .

Sushidokoro Sushimaru is also known as a sushi restaurant that offers more than 130 kinds of items a year, as well as rare and unique fish that can only be obtained locally. The restaurant’s commitment to freshness, as well as seasonal and natural products, is evident. In addition to genuine Seki mackerel and horse mackerel, Sushimaru also offers a wide variety of sushi items shipped directly from various fishing ports.

It is also noteworthy that the restaurant is open late for lunch until 4:00 p.m., which is typical of Shinjuku, which is busy during the daytime. It is also a must-see place to enjoy sushi at a reasonable price. You can enjoy real sushi any time of the day or night at reasonable prices without compromising on the ingredients. It is also conveniently located in Shinjuku and can be used for a light lunch such as a quick sushi.

The counter is the best seat at the sushi bar, where you can enjoy watching the chefs at work. In addition to the counter seats, where you can enjoy sushi by yourself, the restaurant is also equipped with table seats and private rooms with sunken kotatsu-style kotatsu. The relaxed atmosphere is so comfortable that it is hard to believe that you are in the heart of downtown Shinjuku.

The restaurant is also located directly from Shinjuku Station and Shinjuku-Sanchome Station. This sushi restaurant can be used for both on- and off-duty situations, and is a perfect combination with shopping in Shinjuku.

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Sushidokoro Sushimaru

1-31-6, Shinjuku 3-31-6, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Shinjuku Sanchome Station, Exit A5, 1 min. walk
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Shinjuku Sanchome Station, Exit A5, 1 min. walk
■JR Lines Shinjuku Station, Central East Exit, 2 min. walk8,000 – 10,000 yen (sushi lunch: 1,000 – 2,000 yen)

Authentic Edomae Sushi Casually in Shinjuku

Makoto Shinjuku

Shinjuku Makoto” is operated by Tokyo Sushi Academy, which was renewed under the production of Mr. Takafumi Horie. The restaurant has a reputation for offering authentic Edomae S ushi that focuses on freshness and quality at a reasonable price.

Edomae Sushi is made by putting a lot of effort into each ingredient to bring out the best taste of the ingredients. At Shinjuku Makoto, where you can enjoy such sushi at a reasonable price, you will find many people of all ages and foreign tourists. It is a valuable sushi restaurant in Nishi-Shinjuku where you can go with friends to enjoy authentic Edomaezushi without hesitation.

Itamae are not limited to traditional Edo craftsmanship. The first-rate hospitality that he has developed in five-star hotels, Roppongi, Ginza, and other areas where restaurants compete with each other will make your visit a pleasant experience. Sushi is served in a course format, and the duality of delicious sushi and service is intoxicating.

Nishi-Shinjuku is lined with skyscrapers. The restaurant’s rustic appearance is in perfect harmony with the city’s symbolic scenery. The modern interior of the restaurant is a space filled with peace and tranquility, detached from the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku. Relax from the bottom of your heart and enjoy the delicious taste of Edomae Sushi.

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Makoto Shinjuku

103 Shinjuku Island Annex, 6-2-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Nishi-Shinjuku Station 3 min. walk from Exit 4
■JR Lines Shinjuku Station 10 min. walk from West Exit6,600-11,000 yen

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