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Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro

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Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro Description

Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro is a conveyer belt sushi restaurant in Tokyo offering a delightful culinary experience. What truly sets this place apart is its vibrant and friendly staff, creating an inviting atmosphere that attracts both locals and foreigners. It's undoubtedly a place where everyone will have a blast. While there might be a lunchtime queue, a visit around 2 PM usually ensures a more manageable wait.
This popular eatery consistently draws a sizable crowd, and for good reason. The must-try dish here is the incredibly delicious boiled conger eel, a delicacy that epitomizes the restaurant's commitment to culinary excellence. Their sushi portions, especially the popular offerings like shrimp and salmon, are generously sized, featuring an array of options from perfectly broiled to the freshest catches of the morning. What distinguishes them from major conveyor belt sushi chains is their skilled artisans and the exceptional sourcing of ingredients from Toyosu Market. Even their small mussels are bursting with umami, boasting a delightful crunch.

Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro Overview


3-1-1 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0021


+81 (0) 35-437-1228


2 minutes walk from Meguro Station on the JR Yamanote Line

Operating Hours

Mon-Sun: 11AM-9PM

Payment methods

VISA, Master Card, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club

Restaurant Features


Reservations Not Accepted

Take-out Available

Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro Reviews

Mawashi Sushi Katsu Midori Meguro Google Average Rating



Place was crowded with a long line but definitely worth it. One if the best kaiten sushi I ever had. Fresh higher quality of fish and seafood for the price.

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