All-You-Can-Eat Sushi With Gourmet Toppings at Hina Sushi Is One of Shinjuku’s Most Delicious Deals!

At a great price of around 4,000 to 5,000 JPY per person, “Hina Sushi” is a fantastic place to head to for delicious sushi at a friendly price in Shinjuku.

While you can order sets of sushi or seafood bowls, many visitors come for the all-you-can-eat sushi experience, making Hina Sushi a popular spot among both Japanese and overseas tourists.


Umami bites writer Steven paid the restaurant a visit to try out their all-you-can-eat sushi course and most popular dishes. Experiencing it all in person, he quickly found out why Hina Sushi is so sought-after.

60 types of sushi for all-you-can-eat!

Hina Sushi offers an all-you-can-eat course with about 60 types of sushi.

Hina Sushi’s wide variety of sushi options, from classic choices like lean tuna to “broiled” (seared) sushi and monthly specials featuring seasonal fish, is one of the restaurant’s key attractions.


Obviously you can get sushi overseas, but you don’t see as many seared types as you do at Hina Sushi.
Being able to choose from toppings like their horse mackerel, Japanese Flying Squid, and pickled plum & shiso leaves is a rare treat.

The most popular items at the restaurant include nigiri sushi like medium fatty tuna, salmon, as well as gunkan rolls of salmon roe and uni sea urchin.

Not to be overlooked are their blackboard specials, which change from time to time.

For this visit, Steven ordered the “Seafood Yuzu Miso Gunkan Roll,” topped with seared yuzu miso.


“海鮮ゆずみそ軍艦,” Seafood Yuzu Miso Gunkan Roll

As of October 2023, Hina Sushi has five locations in Tokyo, and the blackboard menu varies from one location to another, giving each restaurant its unique character. Since the blackboard menu changes irregularly, be sure to check it out when you visit.


Blackboard specials change periodically

When asked about the most popular menu items among travelers from abroad, salmon nigiri, avocado rolls, and the restaurant’s Salmon Poke Gunkan Roll were at the top.

If you can’t decide what to order from the 60 types of sushi, those three may be a good starting point!


“アボカド巻,” Avocado (back left) “えびサラダ巻,” Shrimp Salad (back middle right) “サーモンポキ風軍艦,” Salmon Poke Gunkan Roll (front left) “サーモン,” Salmon (front right)

Steven particularly recommends the Lean Tuna, Young Yellowtail, Conger Eel, Tuna Tartare, and Seasonal Bonito to visitors from abroad, adding that “it’s all you can eat, so it’s a good chance to try all kinds of new sushi.”


“戻りかつお,”(back left) Lean Tuna(back right”) はまち,” Young Yellowtail (front left)”まぐろユッケ風,” Maguro Tartare (front center)”穴子,” Conger Eel (front right)


You don’t just have to stick to your favorites, you can try on sushi types you’ve never had before. I particularly loved the Maguro (tuna) Tartare, Lean Tuna, and Conger Eel. Each one was fresh and delicious!

At Hina Sushi, the chefs invest time and effort not only to the sushi toppings, but the rice used as well.

They prepare the rice by cooking it slightly firmer and then adding vinegar. This results in a delicate texture where the vinegared rice gently dissolves in your mouth.

This rice maintains its softness over time, making it easy to enjoy countless pieces of sushi.

It’s super easy to order! A simple and intuitive ordering system

Hina Sushi’s all-you-can-eat course comes with a serving of chawan-mushi (steamed savory egg pudding) and one order of their monthly special sushi.


October 2023 Monthly Special, “蝦夷あわび,” Hokkaido Abalone

The Monthly Special is only offered once and cannot be ordered again. However, you can order as many pieces as you like from the other seasonal limited menus. Just write down the sushi you want to eat and the quantity on the order sheet and hand it to the staff.


The order forms are available in both English and Chinese


The order sheets had sushi menus in English and Chinese, which make ordering easy on tourists from abroad. You just write down how many pieces of each sushi you want next to the menu item, and it’s a straightforward system. It’s similar to some restaurants abroad, so it’s easy for foreign customers to understand.

You can order up to 20 pieces per person in one go. If you want to eat more, you’ll need to fill out the order sheet again using the pen provided at your table.

The availability of order sheets with instructions is a thoughtful gesture for foreign visitors who might not understand Japanese.


English instructions on how to order

Sushi in action! Chefs skillfully make sushi right in front of you

Steven particularly recommends the restaurant because of the opportunity to see master sushi chefs prepare your meal right before your eyes.


Seeing how much attention the sushi chefs pay attention to their craft makes you appreciate your meal even more. It’s fun and fascinating to watch how expertly they prepare.

With wallet-friendly prices and high-quality sushi, as well as excellent service and a foreigner-friendly ordering system, Hina Sushi has all the right reasons to visit. You can enjoy a variety of sushi you may not have tried before and have a delightful experience.


Store name 雛鮨 新宿マルイ アネックス店
Hinasushi Shinjuku Marui Annex
Address Shinjuku Marui Annex 8F, 3-1-26 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Access Shinjuku-Sanchōme Station Short walk from Shinjuku-Sanchōme Station C4
  • Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line(F13)
  • Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line(M09)
  • Toei Shinjuku Line(S02)

Shinjuku Station(SJK) 6-minute walk from Shinjuku Station South East Exit
  • JR Yamanote Line(JY17)
  • JR Saikyō Line(JA11)
  • JR Shōnan Shinjuku Line(JS20)
  • JR Chūō Line Rapid(JC05)
  • JR Chūō Sōbu Line(JB10)
  • Keiō Line(KO01)
  • Keiō New Line(KO01)
  • Odakyū Line(OH01)
  • Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line(M08)
  • Toei Shinjuku Line(S01)
  • Toei Ōedo Line(E27)
Phone number 03-5367-3705
Reservations Accepted
Phone, official website, Tabelog, Hot Pepper Gourmet, TableCheck
reservations on Sun & nat’l holidays are only accepted from 11:00 or 11:30 onward; reservations in the evening are only accepted by phone
  • Cash
  • Credit cards(American Express・Diners・JCB・Master・VISA)
  • Transportation-related electronic money(Suica, etc.)
  • Electronic money(iD・nanaco・QUICPay・Rakuten Edy・WAON)
  • QR code payment(PayPay)
Service charge/Table charge None
Hours Mon-Sat. 11:00-23:00 (last order 22:15)
all-you-can-eat is only available to customers who enter the restaurant by 21:30
Sun & nat’l holidays 11:00-22:30 (last order 21:45)
all-you-can-eat is only available to customers who enter the restaurant by 21:00
Closed No holidays
excluding Shinjuku Marui Annex holidays
Seating 58 table seats
Smoking All seats are non-smoking
a smoking space is available on the same floor
Official website
  • Menus are available with English and Chinese language
  • Please check the allergy-related notes in the menu before placing your order; vegan, vegetarian, and halal menus are not available
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Take-out and delivery service are not available
  • Luggage storage space is available
  • Wi-Fi is not available
  • Posting of food photos and videos on SNS is allowed
  • Separate billing is allowed

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