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Japanese Cuisine

Washoku (Japanese cuisine) has been designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Washoku consists of unique Japanese dishes made using a variety of fresh seasonal ingredients and high-quality water, and served as meals consisting of a soup, three side dishes, and rice. Washoku encompasses many different types of food, including but not limited to tempura, sushi, sashimi, and soba noodles. The local cuisine, known as Nagoya-meshi, also includes many washoku dishes.

Restaurants

At this restaurant, you can enjoy fresh beer, which is the pride and joy of Koyoen, on tap from a 200 lit...
At this restaurant, you can enjoy three types of "Koyoen Microbrew" beers (craft beers), brewed within Ko...
At this restaurant, you can enjoy authentic shabu-shabu and its famous sukiyaki year-round. It also featu...
It has a long history of about 140 years and they preserve their tradition and taste. Based on Edo-mae su...
Misonikomiudon (Udon noodle in Miso broth) started at Yamamotoya in Osu in 1925.Yamamotoya has maintained...
A Japanese style cafe located near the residence of Ms. Sadayakko Kawakami (one of the international famo...
Individual rooms for 2 to 100 people. Free pickup via microbus is available for groups of 10 or more.
This bar specializes in meat dishes and is run by professionals who manage about 30 yakiniku restaurants and butcher shops nationwide, particularly in Aichi. Come here to get your fill of great meat, ...
Fushimiya, Nagoya’s only restaurant recognized by the Iwate Maesawa Beef Association, is a store that specializes in Maesawa beef. If Matsusaka beef is the reigning champion of western Japan, th...
Hozentei is located in a corner of Tokugawa Art Museum. Enjoy seasonal cuisine in an atmosphere that remi...
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