Shibuya: Sushi
Uobei (Shibuya: Sushi)
Open 11am-midnight daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

"Conveyor-belt sushi without the conveyor belt" is how Uobei describe themselves. Make your selections on the multilingual touchscreen order pad, and a minute or two later your sushi will be whisked directly to your seat via a high-speed, dish-sized maglev track. (Note: actual maglev technology is probably not involved.)

The quality of the fish is around the same as at conveyor-belt shops, although there tend to be more exotic variations such as spicy seafood salad. The menu also includes desserts and side dishes like French fries. Nearly everything is priced at Y105.

Shibuya-ku, Dogenzaka 2-29-11, Dai-roku Central Bldg 1F.
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