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A luxury kishimen specialty restaurant that can be used for business meals

This is a valuable kishimen specialty restaurant that can be used for business meals, as it has private rooms lined with tatami and banquet course meals. There are also creative kishimen and seasonal kishimen. There are sister restaurants in LACHIC and KITTE Nagoya as well. You can enjoy a variety of original kishimen.

FOOD OVERVIEW

Location : 〒450-0012
2-5-24, Sawakami, Atsuta-ku Nagoya-City, Aichi
Fee : Miya kishimen 850 yen, Chicken and egg miso stew kishimen 1100 yen, Shrimp tempura and grated daikon kishimen 1150 yen, Squid and mentaiko cream kishimen 1100 yen
Opening
days / hours
: 11:00~14:00/17:00~20:00
(Open from 11:00 - 20:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
Restrooms : 15 parking spaces
Holidays : Closed on Mondays (If there is a holiday on a Monday, the restaurant will be open on that Monday and closed the following Sunday)
Phone
number
: 052-684-1480
Seats : 40 seats (9 tables and 2 private rooms)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From the JR Meitetsu Nagoya Station, exit at the JR Meitetsu Kanayama Station. About 7 minutes by foot

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