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Nov. 15, 2019 UPDATE
Sushi no Musashi Sanjo HontenーMain store - 寿しのむさし 三条本店 -
Traveler Friendly
English menus available.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
Downtown Sushi Popular
2958 47 7.7 2 reviews
Nov. 15, 2019 UPDATE

Sushi no Musashi Sanjo HontenーMain store

- 寿しのむさし 三条本店 -
Traveler Friendly
English menus available.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
Downtown Sushi Popular
2958 47 7.7 2 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Conveyor belt sushi restaurant where you can enjoy over 50 choices of items
This conveyor belt sushi restaurant is so popular that there are lines all day on weekends and holidays. Located in the middle of a shopping district, it is also very accessible. There are always over 50 items, and at ¥146 or ¥346 per plate (two pieces of sushi), the cost is reasonable. You can enjoy many kinds of sushi at a low price. With English menu information and instructions on how to pour tea, international visitors can also feel at ease here.
1Recommended
NIGIRI
NIGIRI / ¥146 or ¥346
There are standard items that are offered throughout the year as well as seasonal items that change on a daily basis. Portions are on the small side. *The pictured nigiri are ”Tuna” in the foreground, and then “Red sea bream” and “Shrimp” going clockwise.
2Recommended
GUNKAN
GUNKAN / ¥146
Total of 7 types. Enjoy the flavor of nori, which is not on NIGIRI. *The photo shows “Minced Tuna” and ”Salmon Roe”, from the left.
3Let's Try!
Akadashi
Akadashi / ¥151
This miso soup uses miso with a rich flavor. You can also enjoy the umami (savory taste) of orient clam soup stock.
4Let's Try!
INARI
INARI / ¥146
This dish uses fried tofu with just the right amount of sweetness. The added flavor is stronger than in NIGIRI.
How to Order

If you do not see the sushi you would like on the conveyor belt, you can directly order from a staff member. If this is the case, you can point to the menu (which has English) to make sure there is no miscommunication.

- Order Tips -
You can tell if the sushi has wasabi or not based on the color of the dish. The sushi that do have wasabi tend to only have a small amount of it. Therefore, if you like wasabi, we recommend that you get a separate plate of wasabi for no extra charge. If you would like more wasabi, tell a staff member, “Wasabi wo betsuzara de kudasai.” I would like a separate plate of wasabi.
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