Food/Drink | Avg price: ¥100 | English Available: None (Unknown)
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Cheap conveyor belt sushi
Hamazushi is a popular chain of conveyor belt sushi restaurants. Put the name in Google Maps and you'll see them sprinkled all throughout the Kanto region. Most pieces are priced at 100 yen, with the premium pieces going for 150-200 yen each. If, for whatever reason, sushi isn't really your thing, they have more than just fish and other seafoods. In fact, I make sure to order cheese fries every time I'm there. They also have noodles, soups, and dessert offerings. Their menu can suit almost everyone. As for the quality of the fish... All I can say is that you get what you pay for. 100 yen is cheap for sushi, no matter what country you're in. The quality of fish isn't that great. While I've never gotten sick from eating at Hamazushi, it's never my first choice. Among the "Big Three" conveyor belt sushi chains (Hamazushi, Sushiro, and Kappa Sushi), almost every Japanese person I ask says Hamazushi ranks the lowest. This location is convenient and cheap enough to keep me coming back. It's located near Yokosuka-chuo Station on the Keikyu Line. It's pretty big, so there's almost never a wait. And, because it's in Yokosuka, near the base, the servers all possess a bit of English ability. But even if you decide to go to a different branch, you order via a touch screen panel so only a little interaction with a server is necessary. Plus, the menu can be changed to English as well, so there really is nothing to worry about!