Sushiro is one of the cheapest sushi restaurants I’ve ever been to. It’s a conveyor belt sushi restaurant or sushi train in Japan with chains all over Japan. The sushi was not only really fresh and delicious, but it was also some of the cheapest sushi I’ve ever had with some plates costing less than $2 dollars.
We were invited by Sushiro to see a little peek behind the scenes to see how they make their sushi and how they keep it so fresh.
We got to try a bunch of different kinds of sushi, and while I don’t consider myself much of a foodie or food critic, I thought they had some of the best tuna I’ve had at a sushi train.
Sushiro has chains all over Japan, so be sure to check one of them out for some of the most delicious sushi and most inexpensive sashimi you can get!
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