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Japanese pubs

No experience of Japanese culture would be complete without a visit to an izakaya, or Japanese pub. These establishments offer a wide selection of dishes at reasonable prices in a casual atmosphere — and all kinds of alcoholic beverages as well. “Izakaya” is a term for any bar open to the general public rather than the name of any specific pub; izakayas are mainly open in the evening, but some are open for lunch as well these days.

Restaurants

Entering the shop, you will be surprised with an amazing view of big boat and Ikesu (fish tank)! You can ...
This restaurant offers the popular “teoke bento” (“bucket lunch”), which consists...
Opened in 1963, Furaibo introduced Nagoya's famous deep-fried chicken wings. Furaibo now has restaurants ...
Sasashima restaurant is deceptively spacious given its location. Our tatami floor seating area accommodat...
Established in 1956, Gomitori is the original pub in Nagoya. It locates at the center of Sakae and easy a...
A five minute walk from Nagoya Station’s west exit, this restaurant offers course meals by reservat...
16 kinds of fresh wine from wine server and well-selected food from Hokkaido and Nagoyawill be served in ...
Being located at the center of Sakae, this Japanese pub offers local Sake from all over Japan and well-se...
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