Red miso katsudon is one of Nagoya's soul foods. You can find the dish served at countless restaurants throughout the city, and there are even a couple chain restaurants that specialize in it. However, the original, and perhaps best miso katsudon can be found at a small, local restaurant that has been open since 1949. Don't miss this delicious miso katsudon when you're in Nagoya!
This article is about a restaurant you've definitely never heard of in north Nagoya called 'Donburi Pot.' It's a tiny shop run by a husband and wife that mostly serves customers taking a break from the large pachinko parlor across the street. The absolute must-try item here is the butadon (pork bowl), which I will introduce in this article.
This guide includes some of the best bars and izakayas Kanazawa has to offer. The list includes a mix of authentic classy bars and also some laid back places where you can walk into casually.
Enjoy the freshest seafood caught from Toyama Bay at Sushi Daimon located near Shin-Uozu Station in Uozu City, Toyama. The traditional restaurant is run by a chef that was awarded one Michelin star.
Miyamoto Munashi is a go-to spot for delicious Japanese comfort food served in large portions at a cheap price! There are 10 locations around Nagoya, each right outside of a train station, making them super easy to access.
'Nanzan thé to thé' is a shop in Old Karuizawa (Nagano Prefecture) that serves a new kind of shaved ice that combines the flavors of western and Japanese sweets to make what the shop calls "kashi-gori" or "Candy Ice." The special shaved ice can only be purchased here, and shouldn't be missed if you're visiting Karuizawa!