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Daibutsu Korokoro

  • $$$
  • Japanese

This traditional restaurant has several twists, the main one being the decor. Modern Japanese restaurants should all look like this—dark...

Ibasho

  • $$$
  • Japanese

This fabulous old wooden restaurant serves a Nagoya specialty, hitsumabushi (chopped eel smothered in miso sauce and served on rice),...

Izakaya Toramaru

  • $$
  • Japanese

This traditional restaurant doesn't open on days when there's not a delivery of fresh fish, which tells you how seriously the cooks take...

Keg Nagoya

  • $$$
  • Eclectic

This laid-back eatery near Hisaya Odori Station is a relative newcomer to Nagoya's dining scene, but already has a following. The focus...

Kisoji

  • $$$$
  • Japanese

Come here for reasonably priced shabu-shabu —thinly sliced beef and vegetables that you boil in broth in the center of your table...

Mokumoku Kaze no Budo

  • $$
  • Japanese

In a perfect world, all school and office canteens would be a bit more like this. For ¥2,300 (¥1,800 at lunchtime) you get all you...

Restaurant Wadakin

  • $$$$
  • Japanese

If you love beef, make a pilgrimage to Matsusaka, one express train stop north of Ise. Wadakin claims to be the originator of Matsusaka...

Sekai no Yama-chan

  • $$
  • Japanese

Pepper-coated tebasaki (deep-fried chicken wings) are the specialty at the main branch of Nagoya's best-known izakaya chain, though...

U no Iori U

  • $$
  • Japanese

Cormorants strut around the Japanese garden outside this café, where the specialty is ayu (sweetfish). The owner boasts of upholding...

Yamamotoya Sohonke

  • $
  • Japanese

M isonikomi udon (noodles in a miso-based broth with green onions and mushrooms) dominates the menu at this simple, almost rustic restaurant...

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