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Mawashizushi Katsu

Mawashizushi Katsu is our pick for conveyor belt sushi. Don’t let the line intimidate you-it will go quickly.

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Tsukiji Fish Market

There are plenty of spots to eat at in Tsukiji, but Sushi Dai and Daiwa Sushi are two of the best. Take note: there will be lots of tourists.

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Sushi Anjo

Don't let the chef's age at Sushi Anjo throw you off. He's as skilled as the veterans.

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Ikina Sushidokoro Abe

Ikina Sushidokoro Abe has quality sushi that won't break the bank.

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Sushi Ishii

Sushi Ishii is one of our favorite spots for a nicer meal that’s still reasonable. Bonus points for the chef being entertaining and very accommodating.

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Sushi Tomita

If you forgot to make a reservation at a more well-known sushi spot, Sushi Tomita has your back. If you have group, try to get into the private room.

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Umi

You're going to drop $300 on a Michelin-starred meal at Umi, and the experience will be worth it.