fbpx The Top All You Can Eat Pizza Places in Tokyo

This month’s All You Can Tokyo is the dish that never fails: pizza! Pizza might not be the first food you seek out in Japan, but it’s well worth the experience. The pizza at the places below are cooked in true Italian Napoli style using a brick oven. Some of the toppings might be strange, such as seafood (beyond just anchovies) or vegetables like corn and eggplant. However, you can also find more traditional fare like pepperoni, or classic Napoli and margherita styles.

Check out three all-you-can-eat pizza places below!


A chain of buffet restaurants, with multiple locations around Japan. All-you-can-eat is offered at both lunch and dinner, each with a 2-hour time limit. There is a special lower dinner price on Wednesdays (excluding holidays).

On weekends and holidays, there is no dinner buffet, but you can still enjoy the deal during lunchtime. Pizza, pasta, potato fries, and curry are all included. There’s also an all-you-can drink system offered at dinner time. A few unconventional toppings on the menu are calamari tuna and nori seaweed, sauteed burdock root and carrot, and shrimp and mayonnaise. There are also several dessert pizzas if you’re feeling adventurous.

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M-SPO Sports Bar

Located in Shibuya, this sports bar also offers golf and darts. All-you-can-eat is available during lunch on weekdays from 12:00 – 18:00 with last order at 17:30.

The buffet menu has 20 different kinds of pizza, 10 different desserts, and free drinks. There are also dessert pizzas with toppings like banana and chocolate, caramel and nuts, and apple cinnamon. Some of the more unconventional pizza flavors M-SPO offers are bacon and soft cooked egg, eggplant and sausage, or cod roe and mayonnaise. Yum!

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Salvatore Cuomo Shinjuku

Salvatore Cuomo is a large chain of restaurants, with locations around Japan, Korea, and China. The buffet is only at select locations in Japan which include 2 locations in Shinjuku and others in Roppongi and Yotsuya. The buffet time and offerings differ slightly depending on the location.

In Shinjuku, the buffet is from 11:00 to 15:00, last order at 14:30. During this time, you can have as much as you want from the buffet tables. Not only pizza, but also appetizers, pasta, bread, drinks, and salad.

Salvatore Cuomo, the Italian man who started the restaurant chain, was born and raised in Naples, Italy. He moved to Japan as a teenager and strived to popularize the Napoli-style pizza.

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