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Little morsels of delight. Who doesn’t love sushi? Like many things in Japan, sushi can be as cheap or expensive as you want it to be. Splurge on a $300 dinner at Jiro’s, or eat to your hearts content at a conveyor belt sushi place at $1 a pop. For many, the best experience probably lies somewhere in between, and there are plenty of options there too. Here are some of our favorite sushi articles from the community.

Article by Elsda Li

“Mottainai!” Culture

“Mottainai!” is a phrase in Japanese that means “What a waste!”. In Japan, being frugal is ingrained into the community and the culture, and in this article we will explore some of the sites that help make Japan the efficient and resourceful place it is.

Sight in Hokkaido

Sushi Tanabe

Three-star Michelin restaurant specializing in sushi and sashimi.

Sight in Tokyo

Sushi Aoki

Sushi Aoki is a sophisticated edomae-style (from the edo-era) sushi restaurant in Ginza.

Sight in Tokyo

Sushi Iwase

Sushi Iwase is a sophisticated sushi restaurant in Shinjuku. Their recommended dish is the "Chirashizushi" (bowl of sushi rice topped with raw fish and garnishe

Sight in Tokyo

Sushi Ono

Sushi Ono is a 6-counter seat Edomae sushi (edo-era style) restaurant in Ebisu. The restaurant is operated by chef Jun Yoneyama under the name Sushi Sora on Sun

Sight in Tokyo

Uoichi

Uoichi is a sushi restaurant located in Nakameguro.

Sight in Tokyo

Sushiya no Ichikan

Ichikan is a sushi restaurant (sushiya in Japanese) in Shibuya located right in between the stations Shibuya, Daikanyama and Ebisu.

Sight in Hokkaido

Susukino Nakazushi

Nakazushi is a sushi restaurant in Sapporo's entertainment district Susukino. It is located just north of Nakajima Park and the Nakajimakoen subway station.

Sight in Tokyo

Uobei (Shibuya Dogenzaka)

Uobei is a sushi restaurant chain with several locations all over the country. This particular branch is located just west of the Hachiko exit of Shibuya statio

Sight in Osaka

Tenka no Daidokoro Daiki Suisan (Dotonbori)

Tenka no Daidokoro is a large fish shop offering fresh seafood, tuna-cutting performances, and an eat-in corner for sushi and other delicacies.

Sight in Kanagawa

Wasabi

Intimate sushi restaurant with capacity for 6~7 diners, and located in a residential part of Kamakura.

Sight in Tokyo

Tsumamigui Sushi

This is a sushi restaurant with a sleek and innovative design that was refurbished and is relatively new. They serve authentic Japanese cuisine specializing in fresh sushi.

Sight in Tokyo

Oedo Kaitenzushi

Located a few paces from Shinjuku station's south-east exit along the Koshu-Kaido highway, this small sushi restaurant offers "kaitenzushi", otherwise known as

Sight in Kyoto

Daizen

Daizen is a popular sushi restaurant in Arashiyama.

Sight in Tokyo

Oedo

With 18 branches across the Tokyo metropolitan area, this sushi restaurant is a crowd favorite. Known for their affordable yet tasty sushi, they aim to convey t

Sight in Hokkaido

Toriton

Toriton is a popular conveyor belt sushi chain famous for their large, fresh sushi toppings.

Sight in Tokyo

Sushi Dai (Tsukiji Market)

Sushi Dai is a popular local sushi restaurant located within Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market.

Sight in Tochigi

Sushi Zanmai

Sushi Zanmai is a restaurant close to the main train station in Utsunomiya City.

Sight in Hokkaido

Shiki Hanamaru (Tokeidai)

Shiki Hanamaru is a popular sushi spot that combines both the high quality of a counter-only sushi restaurant and the affordability and casualness of conveyor b

Sight in Tokyo

Hamazushi

Hamazushi is a chain of sushi restaurants that use only the highest quality of ingredients to serve you great sushi!