Modern Japanese Cuisine

Japanese cuisine, or "washoku," was designated as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity It is the fifth cuisine to be put on the list, after French, Mediterranean, Mexican, and Turkish cuisine.

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Nagoya-City Pure-line Nagoya Cochin Kululu Meieki

This is a restaurant filled with the ambience of Edo period post towns. Customers are drawn into one of the seven unique seating options: comfortable counter seats, separate private rooms, tatami m...

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Nagoya-City Unazen Kappo Hitsumabushi

Baked after being grilled unseasoned in the Kanto style, the eel is soft enough to cut with a wooden spoon. Its fluffy texture quickly melts in your mouth. Very delicately seasoned with a soy-based...

Nagoya-City Kawabun

In the middle of a busy district of Nagoya, inside a humble and unassuming roofed wooden fence, and with its proud façade partially hidden by some very old trees, lies a “ryotei”. Silently and disc...

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