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With seafood delivered straight from the restaurant’s Hokkaido headquarters, it’s clear why people are willing to stand in long lines for a spot at this affordable kaitenzushi joint. Toriton is a seafood lover’s paradise, with menu items including buttery kanimiso (crab innards), gleaming ikura (squid) nigiri wrapped in salmon, and an icy fresh Hokkaido shrimp nigiri. Plates start at ¥130, and unlike many other sushi-go-round spots where it’s advisable to order directly from the chef, here you can happily pluck plates straight from the conveyor belt.
If you do want to order instead, you’ll need to write down which dishes you’d like and how many plates on a small order slip. Yes, there are cheaper kaitenzushi places out there, but Toriton’s generous portions combined with the freshness of the fish make it an unforgettable stop that’ll leave you dreaming of your meal long after you’ve left.
Tokyo Solamachi 6F, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku
|Transport:||Tokyo Skytree Station (Tobu Skytree line); Oshiage Station (Asakusa, Hanzomon, Keisei Oshiage lines)|
|Opening hours:||11am-11pm (last orders 10pm) daily|