Cheapest Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo & The World Famous Shibuya District

published 4 years ago by Jason Diaz: Filmmaker, Traveler, Foodie, Podcast Host

Join us as we explore the world famous Shibuya District in Tokyo Japan!  It is one of the busiest and popular district out of 23 districts in Tokyo. It is packed with shopping, dining and nightclubs. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area catering to all types of shoppers. Within Shibuya houses the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world called “The Scramble” or Shibuya Crossing! The culmination of countless people crossing the scramble, the neon lights and multiple big screens playing ads, and music blaring will definitely give you a "Wow, Im finally in Tokyo!" feeling, when you come here! Then, we checked out the absolute CHEAPEST Sushi we've ever had! The experience was so surreal because each bite was so fresh and so delicious! Everything was perfectly done! The price was just dirt cheap! At 108 yen or roughly $1 a plate (2 pieces of nigiri), you just can't beat that! In this segment, we also teach you how to order in a typical computerized conveyor belt sushi restaurant, because honestly it looks so complicated due to the fact that the whole concept of having no server/waiter is so foreign.   Uobei Sushi Restaurant we love you! Leave us  a review on iTunes, and we'll put your name under the credits on the next episode! It will really help us out! Thanks! Inquiries? Make music? Want to Collaborate? Or just say hi? Follow us!!! Instagram via DestinationCosmoPodcast Facebook via Destination Cosmo Travel Podcast Twitter via @DestinationCos Music by: Stay Classy. Terem Broke For Free Opening Music by: Aso

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