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Nagoya, Ise-Shima, and the Kii Peninsula Restaurants


  • 3–13–22 Nishiki Map It
  • Naka-ku
  • Japanese

Updated 09/20/2013

Fodor's Review

This fabulous old wooden restaurant serves a Nagoya specialty, hitsumabushi (chopped eel smothered in miso sauce and served on rice), which fills the restaurant with a mouthwatering, grilled-charcoal aroma. Some of the seating is at low tables on raised tatami-mat flooring, though there are also rustic tables and chairs overlooking a small Japanese garden. As for the benefits of a night at Ibasho, locals say eating eel is not only good for curing summer fatique but also for building up stamina for certain bedroom activities.

Restaurant Information


3–13–22 Nishiki, Nagoya, Aichi-ken, 460-0003, Japan

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Restaurant Details:

  • No credit cards
  • Closed Sun. and the 2nd and 3rd Mon. of each month

Updated 09/20/2013


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