Katsu Midori – Kaiten Sushi – Tokyo Restaurants

by Sanne

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Katsu Midori

Seibu Shibuya Department Store 8F
21-1 Udagawacho,
Hours: 11:00-23:00 (last order 22:00)
Tel: 03-5728-4282

Address in Japanese:
〒150-0042 東京都渋谷区宇田川町21−1 A館8階レストラン街「ダイニング プラザ」

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Katsu Midori is a kaiten (conveyor belt) branch of the popular sushi restaurant chain Midori Sushi. The sushi served at Katsu is really good, and far better than at most other kaiten restaurants I’ve tried. There’s often a long line outside, but it usually moves fast. Once inside, you take your seat from where, you just grab whatever comes along on the belt. You can also place your order from the menu, if the kind of sushi you want isn’t on the belt.

Prices are really low starting at 100JPY for basic nigiri, and 2pieces of fatty tuna o-toro is only 500JPY, which is a real bargain. There’s an English menu available and the staff members are friendly and patient, but they don’t speak English. The pattern on the plates determines the price, so when you ask for the bill, they’ll count your plates to see how much you’ve eaten. Green tea is complimentary and you help yourself from the hot water tap, which is installed at each seat.

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