Yoshinao Zone of Kinshachi Yokocho
This is one of the commercial establishments to open in two areas of the Nagoya Castle premises on March 29, 2018.
The Yoshinao Zone, situated in the main gate area of Nagoya Castle owes its name to the first provincial ruler of the Owari Tokugawa clan, Lord Yoshinao Tokugawa, and is created with the concepts of tradition and accuracy. The buildings are constructed in a wooden, purely Japanese style of architecture conjuring thoughts of merchant houses from the Edo period.
Well-known restaurants offering the unique food culture of Nagoya cuisine, known as "Nagoya meshi", and long-standing, traditional local restaurants are lined up. You can also purchase Kinshachi Yokocho merchandise and famous items from Nagoya the commercial store so you never forget your great time.
Enjoy both dining and shopping in Kinshachi Yokocho during your visit to Nagoya Castle.
About "Muneharu Zone"
The Muneharu Zone, situated in the east gate area of Nagoya Castle owes its name to the seventh provincial ruler, Lord Muneharu Tokugawa, and is created with the concepts of modernity and change. The buildings are constructed with large panes of glass in a bright, and modern Japanese style of architecture.
The zone is lined with restaurants where you can eat highly creative cuisine from owners active not only in Nagoya, but all of Japan and abroad.
1-2-3 to 1-2-5 (three buildings) Sannomaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya
|Access||●Just next to the Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus "④ Nagoya Castle" Bus Stop
●10-minute walk from Exit 7 of Nagoya Castle Station on the Meijo subway line
|TEL||Kinshachi Yokocho Executive Office +81-52-951-0788 (Inquiries in English not accepted)
* 10:00～17:00 (Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays)
|FAX||+81-52-951-0771 (Inquiries in English not accepted)|
* Hours vary depending on the season, so please check the website
|Regular Holiday||Same as Nagoya Castle|
|Cost||Free admission (entrance to Nagoya Castle requires a fee)|
|Parking||None (paid parking available in the Nagoya Castle main gate parking lot and Meijo Park Ninomaru east parking lot)|