Mawashizushi Katsu Midori Meguro

Affordable kaitenzushi in Meguro

By Peter Lin    - 2 min read

Mawashizushi Katsu Midori Meguro is an excellent and affordable kaitenzushi (conveyor belt sushi), restaurant located right next to Meguro Station. It is located on the first floor of the Atré Meguro 2 shopping center. The variety is outstanding and there are more than 200 different varieties of sushi on offer. Sushi can be taken off the conveyor belt or directly ordered from the chefs from a computer screen which has an English menu option.

The fish portions are generous. Highlights among many others include Nodoguro (black perch), seared salmon with a miso sauce, an eye-popping huge portion of anago sushi, and a variety of mackerel sushi. Cooked dishes are available as well, including fried squid, oysters, or chicken karaage. Vegetarian options and sushi rolls are also available on the menu. Green tea is self serve with hot water dispensers and powdered tea available at each seat. Even desserts are available from the conveyor belt including fresh melon or traditional Japanese sweets with red bean.

The sushi is incredibly fresh and extremely affordable with enough food for prices easily under 1000 yen a person as each plate is around 100 to 200 yen, with the most expensive sushi dish being about 500 yen. The food is constantly renewed if not taken, ensuring maxim freshness. At the front of the store, takeout sushi can be purchased to eat at home. The service is fast and efficient and there is little wait during non-peak hours. During peak hours, a one hour wait is not uncommon. There are tables as well as counter seats. For a fast, fun and satisfying sushi meal, head to Mawashizushi Katsu Midori. The restaurant also has branches in Shibuya and Ikebukuro. The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (last order at 9:45 p.m.). The location is within minutes from JR Meguro Station.

Getting there

Mawashizushi Katsu Midori is located in the Meguro Atre Building 2 on the first floor. The nearest station is JR Meguro Station and it is within a few minutes easy walk

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Peter Lin

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I first visited Japan in 2001 and since then have returned many times. With the efficiency and reliability of its transportation, the graciousness of the people, and the dedication to quality in food and service, Japan has been my standard for modern travel convenience. Every return has reminded me of the remarkable depth and diversity of the country with no two trips being alike, despite retracing steps through familiar neighborhoods. The constant dynamism of the urban centers combined with the emphasis on tradition, sense of aesthetics, and attention to detail make it one of the most exciting places to visit and an inexhaustible land for novel experiences, modern and ancient.

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