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KAIO Kaitenzushi restaurant in Diver City, Odaiba

Kaio is a kaitenzushi restaurant on the 6th floor of Diver City on Odaiba, Tokyo. In addition to the normal conveyor belt, you can use the iPad touch screen to make specific orders, and they are delivered by a little "shinkansen" train on the 2nd level above the conveyor belt. Kids will love this!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFMEi4YgIR8

Their menus are in English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese. Impressive!

It is a very affordable kaiten sushi and fresh fish are procured from mainly Toyama port to the restaurant every day. If you can eat raw fish, I recommend to order their Sashimi plate. They only cost about 700 yen and it's nothing expensive. But they select 5 to 6 kinds from their today's fresh fish and they taste good, much more worth than the cost.

PREMIUM KAIO
Divercity Tokyo Plaza branch

Address: 1-1-10 Oume Koto-ku, Tokyo Diver City Tokyo Plaza 6G
Tel: 03-6457-2630
Open 11:00am - 11:00pm

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