[JAPAN] Great and Affordable Sushi at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Kaiten-Zushi, Tokyo

As planned, after we visited the giant Gundam Robot in front of Diver City (Gundam Front), we went straight to Premium Sushi Train Kaio located on the 6th floor of Diver City on Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan. When we visited this restaurant, it was still at 6 pm, and there were not many people are eating. They greeted us very friendly and invited us to sit on the minimalist sofa that adjacent to the conveyor belt sushi. Irrashaimase shout all the Japanese waiter as we walked in the restaurant. Irrashaimase means welcome in Japanese. Unlike in my country, Jakarta (the capital and the largest city of Indonesia), here in Japan we can easily find many sushi restaurants that have a conveyor belt like this. It is also called as Kaiten-Zushi where the plates with the sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt and moves past every table and counter seat.

Front Side of Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryThe cute symbol of Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryThe Crowd at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryThats Our Table at Premium Sushi Train Kaio Sushi by MyfunfoodiaryBoth of Us so Excited at Premium Sushi Train KAIO by Myfunfoodiary

What makes KAIO Kaiten-Zushi different from the other sushi restaurant? Here we can use the iPad to place an order, and less in five minutes, our sushi is delivered by a little “Shinkansen” train on the 2nd level above the conveyor belt. I believe not only kids will love this, but young adults or maybe everyone sure will like it too! The menu at the iPad is also available in many languages; English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. 

Ready to Order at Premium Sushi Train at KAIO Sushi by MyfunfoodiaryLet's Choose This at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi - by MyfunfoodiarySome Sushi Menu available in English at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi - by Myfunfoodiary

I can easily find a wide variety of sushi when compared to the existing menu of sushi in the city where I live, Jakarta (part of the Indonesian). They only use fresh fish and fresh seafood which mostly shipped from the port of Toyama every day to the restaurant. All the sushi tastes delicious and surprisingly, everything is very affordable, ranging from ¥108 after taxes and every sushi plate signifies a different price.

Sushi Price List at Premium Sushi Train Kaio Sushi by Myfunfoodiary

Mr. Happytravelista says, “Itadakimasu..” 🙂

Him and his sushi at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi by Myfunfoodiary

How To Order at at Premium Sushi Train Kaio Sushi by Myfunfoodiary

Our Sushi Dinner at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi by MyfunfoodiaryRoasted Shrimp with Cheese at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiarySalmon with Wasabi at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiarySalmon with Roe Battleship at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryTobiko at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryFried Shrimp at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryMaguro Avocado at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by MyfunfoodiaryTuna with Wasabi at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi at Diver City Tokyo - by Myfunfoodiary

Besides sushi, they also have some side dishes and some heavy meal, like ramen, Udon, etc.  Overall, we were both very happy to eat sushi at KAIO Sushi. In addition to an affordable price, the food was also delicious. For those of you who want to visit this restaurant, it’s good to come with a small number of people, two to four persons so you can easily get a seat because this restaurant is always crowded during peak times; lunch or dinner hours. A must visit when you’re in Tokyo, Japan!

High Chair at Premium Sushi Train at KAIO Sushi by MyfunfoodiaryMullie enjoyed the sushi at Premium Sushi Train at KAIO Sushi by MyfunfoodiaryVarious Yummy Sushi at Premium Sushi Train at KAIO Sushi by Myfunfoodiary

Remember that, after every meal in any restaurant in Japan, you have to bring your bill, which they have given us on the table, and you can pay it directly at the cashier. These are some pictures when I lined up at the cashier to pay my bill, and a lot of people lined up in front of the restaurant.

Paying the Bills at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi - by MyfunfoodiaryPeople are Queueing at at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi - by Myfunfoodiary

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Premium Sushi Train KAIO Kaiten-Zushi
1-1-10 Aomi | 6F Diver City Tokyo, Koto, Tokyo 135-0064, Japan
Phone: +81 3-6457-2630
Opening Hours: 11am until 11pm
Price Range: Rp. 30.000,– – Rp. 50.000,-
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Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say “Hi”. Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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5 Comments

  1. keren sekali ini restonya, orang gaptek bakalan mati gaya di sana hihihii… I wish someday I can be there 🙂

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  2. misi cc, numpang tanya kan mampir di daerah diver city pas makan sushi ini,
    ada mampir ke gundam cafe ga cc? kalo ada bisa di post reviewnya?

    terima kasih ^_^

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    • Hallo Hendy thanks ya sudah mampir. Aku main ke Gundam Cafe tapi temptnya kecil bgt karena di dlm mrk skalian jualan mainan gundam gtu..
      Makanan juga ga bnyk, ada hotdog, sama bbrp minuman aja. Aku gak makan di cafenya, tapi aku beli snack kue lemon gundam di dalam sana beberapa box utk oleh2 hehe.. sama beli Gundam Mini di dalam cafenya.. 😀

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  3. First of all, love your site, I visit it very frequently! This sushi place looks amazing, I wish we had one like that in the United States. We have sushi trains, but not elaborate like those. Anyways, I enjoyed your posts and your fabulous photos of delicious sushi!

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