Numazukou - Best sushi restaurants in Shinjuku

Restaurant: 沼津港 (Numazukou)
Address: Ikeda Plaza Bld 1F, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5321-6008

Nearest Station: 1 minute on foot from JR Shinjuku Station South entrance.  

Another direction from JR Shinjuku Station South East Exit

Open Hour: 11:00~22:30

Price: 2,000-2,999Yen

Credit Card: VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, Diners
Seats: 74 Seats (50 counter seats)
Menu: English Menu Available 
The No 1 ranking Kaitenzushi (conveyor belt sushi) in Shinjuku.  When the Japanese choose a sushi restaurant, it is almost always the balance of the price and the freshness of the sushi toppings. This restaurant is evaluated for the fresh toppings, and also very energetic staffs that makes your meal even more enjoyable. There are many seats available inside but most of the time, it is full of people (and you'll know why).  If you are looking for best Kaitenzushi in Shinjuku, we strongly recommend you this one without a doubt!

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 350m, 4mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Shinjuku Station, South Entrance

・Steps to follow : 1 - 7


Picture Guide Information:

JR Shinjuku Station East ➡ West Exit (Picture Guide)

JR Shinjuku Station West ➡ East Exit (Picture Guide)

1. Let's start your way from JR Shinjuku Station, South Entrance.  

Facing the entrance, turn around to see a traffic light BEHIND you.   

2. As soon as you go outside, make a left turn.  

3. Walk straight for about 250m until you make a left turn.  

4. You will pass JR Shinjuku Station South East Entrance to your left.  Keep walking straight for about 150m more.  

5. Make a left turn at the first street where you can also find IDC Otsuka.  

6. Walk straight for about 60m and you will find your destination to your left.  

7. Enjoy your meal at 沼津港 (Numazukou)!!  

Comments: 3
  • #3

    Jay (Friday, 27 January 2017 18:24)

    Very good fresh sushi. A good line of people proved how good this place was.

  • #2

    Sushi Oinko (Wednesday, 30 April 2014 20:30)

    This is the best place! The sushi is fresh and reasonably priced. I was there myself, but the people are so friendly, I met the person next to me and chatted. The chefs are smiling and so is the wait staff. They get you moving through there, but never rush you out. I had lots of plates including salmon, yellowtail, toro, maguro, shrimp and much more. My bill came to Y2810, but that's cause I pigged out. Normal people can have all the sushi they want for about $14. This is located under Shinjuku station in a corner. I took the Hyatt bus and walked parallel across the street from the station and department stores. You practically run into a stairway down, the floor turns to red tile, you make the loop two floors down and you're there!

  • #1

    Jeff (USA) (Saturday, 30 November 2013 21:55)

    We have been to Tokyo, and stayed in Shinjuku, for many years and always ate sushi at street level sushi places. Tonite, I decided to look up alternatives and found this one. So glad I did, be ause I went w my 8-year old sushi-loving daughter and it was excellent. very high quality sushi, and lord of interesting variety, with many having delicate toppings that enhanced the flavor of the fish. We had to wait outside the restaurant in the little chairs they put in the halls, and we were probably 15th in line. But don't be put off by a line at this place; we were seated within 6 or 7 minutes of starting to wait - and it was Sat nite at 715pm. Highly recommended! (The directions to the place provided were very helpful, although we approached the underground from our hotel and not the station. Still very helpful.)


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