Akihabara’s All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Banquet Will Have You Feasting on 100 Types of Sushi for an Awesome Deal!


Many foreign tourists visiting Japan often come just to sample Japanese cuisine, especially sushi.

“Kizuna Sushi,” a restaurant where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat sushi, is perfect for those looking to explore unique and unusual sushi toppings not commonly found abroad.


All-you-can-eat tuna, sea urchin, and other premium sushi!

At Kizuna Sushi, which has branches in Tokyo’s Akihabara and Shinjuku, you can enjoy a variety of à la carte menu items. In addition to seafood bowls, they have an all-you-can-eat menu with 100 dishes, including sushi. It’s priced at 4,818 JPY for men (tax included) and 4,378 JPY for women (tax included).

The all-you-can-drink option is available separately, with soft drinks priced at 638 JPY (tax included) and alcoholic beverages, including beer, at 1,628 JPY (tax included).

Menus are available in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean, making it popular not only among Japanese customers but also among international tourists. The rules for the all-you-can-eat system are also provided in English, ensuring first-time customers feel at ease.


Popular sushi toppings at the restaurant include Medium Fatty Tuna, Sea Urchin, as well as Fluke Fin, Salmon, Salmon Roe, and Anago – six varieties in total.

For tuna and salmon, they offer serving options such as pickled or broiled, allowing you to compare the flavor changes based on different preparation methods.


(left) “まぐろづけ,” Seasoned Tuna (right) “あぶり中トロ,” Broiled Medium Fatty Tuna

You can order up to six types of sushi at a time, up to 30 pieces. If you find a topping you particularly like, you can order it instantly through the touchscreen panel.

Since it’s an all-you-can-eat sushi experience, the price remains the same regardless of how much you order, of course.


(top left) “鮪中トロ” Medium Fatty Tuna, (top middle) “サーモン” Salmon, (top right) “えんがわ” Fluke Fin, (bottom left) “ウニ” Sea Urchin, (bottom center) “いくら” Salmon Roe, (bottom right) “穴子” Conger Eel

One of the criteria for the restaurant’s delicious sushi is the warmth of the shari (sushi rice), which is served close to body temperature.

Freshly molded sushi rice has a softness that melts in the mouth. Additionally, the warmth of the rice really brings out the flavor of the toppings.


A full side menu is available! There’s more than just sushi to enjoy!

Side dishes like French fries and karaage (Japanese fried chicken) are also included in the all-you-can-eat menu.

The variety of side dishes available is one of the recommended features of Kizuna Sushi. You can choose from over 10 different side dishes.

There’s a number of Japanese-style dishes such Miso Soup, Japanese Rolled Omelet, and Tofu and Vegetable Salad.


(front center) “鮭のハラス焼き” Salmon Belly, (middle left)”豆腐サラダ” Tofu and Vegetable Salad, (middle right) “厚焼き玉子” Japanese Rolled Omelet, (back) “串天四種盛り” 4 Types of Skewered Tempura

Having tried the dishes out for themselves, members of the Umami bites editorial team highly recommend the “Salmon Belly” and “4 Types of Skewered Tempura.”

The Salmon Belly grills this choice part of the fish to perfection, achieving a soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture and a deeply satisfying flavor.


Salmon Belly

The hearty 4 Types of Skewered Tempura is a must-try. It includes skewers of red pickled ginger, garlic, burdock, and squid legs, each offering different textures and flavors.


Other popular dishes among international visitors are the “Deep Fried Tuna Jaw Meat” and the “Asari Clam Dressed with Laver.”

The Deep Fried Tuna Jaw Meat offers a delightful crispy texture, and the Asari Clam Dressed with Laver is a simple dish which offers a harmonious blend of clams and seaweed, enveloping your palate with the fresh, briny essence of the ocean with each bite.

While it might not be a dish familiar to many international visitors, it’s a great opportunity to try something new!

Of course, the main sushi offerings have a very satisfying lineup. Enjoy the allure of sushi to your heart’s content at Kizuna Sushi!


Store name きづなすし 秋葉原店
Kizunasushi Akihabara
Address Okuyama Building 1-2F, 1-15-18 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Access Akihabara Station(AKB) 3-minute walk from Akihabara Electric Town Exit
  • JR Yamanote Line(JY03)
  • JR Keihin-Tōhoku Line(JK28)
  • JR Chūō-Sōbu Line(JB19)
  • Tsukuba Express(TX01)
  • Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line(H16)
Phone number 03-5297-5550
Reservations Accepted
Phone, official website, Tabelog, GURUNAVI,
  • Cash
  • Credit cards(American Express・Diners・JCB・Master・UnionPay・VISA)
  • Transportation-related electronic money(Suica, etc.)
  • Electronic money(iD・QUICPay・Rakuten Edy)
  • QR code payment(Alipay・auPAY・d Payment・GLN・J-Coin Pay・JKOPAY・MB Bank・Merpay・PayPay・PromptPay・WeChat Pay)
Service charge/Table charge 385 JPY (tax included)
when ordering alcohol
Hours 11:00-22:30(last order 22:00)
The all-you-can-eat option must be ordered before 21:00
Closed No fixed holidays
Unscheduled holidays
Seating 103 table seats
Smoking All seats are non-smoking
Official website https://sfpdining.jp/brand/kizunasushi/
Other information
  • Menus and a mobile ordering system are available with Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean language only
  • No allergy-friendly, vegan, vegetarian, or halal menus
  • Not wheelchair-accessible
  • Take-out service and delivery service is available
  • Luggage storage space is not available
  • Wi-Fi is available; however, it has a usage limit of 60 minutes
  • Posting of food photos on customers’ personal SNS accounts is allowed as long as other customers are not photographed; for videos, prior application via the official website is necessary
  • Separate billing is not allowed

※Menu contents, prices, store information, etc. are current as of December 2023.