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Nagoya-City Kinshachi Yokocho Gourmet Town

  • Kinshachi Yokocho Gourmet Town
  • Kinshachi Yokocho Gourmet Town

Composed of Two Distinct Areas Adjacent to Nagoya Castle!

Kinshachi Yokocho is the long-awaited restaurant and shopping facility at Nagoya Castle, featuring old established brands of merchants specialized at traditional Nagoya Meshi dishes, also going by the nickname of "Samurai Cuisine."

The facility is divided into two separate areas, one near the Main Gate Seimon and another near the East Gate Higashimon, each boasting its own distinctive air and style.

Yoshinao Zone, near the Castle's Main Gate, follows the concept of tradition and historical accuracy and is named after the first ruler of Nagoya Castle - on the occasion of Japan's stepping into the Edo Period - Tokugawa Yoshinao. East Gate's Muneharu Zone is similarly named after a Tokugawa Lord, this time Muneharu, the 7th Lord, known for his progressive and modern thinking. Stop by each area to taste and experience the wonders of Nagoya's local food.

Main Gate Seimon - Yoshinao Zone

Kinshachi Yokocho Gourmet Town

Gathering old brands that focus on the authentic and unchanged taste of the Nagoya Meshi local cuisine, even the building housing the participating tenants follows the strict Japanese architectural style of the early Edo Period. Also features a prominent souvenir shop franchise.

East Gate Higashimon - Muneharu Zone

Kinshachi Yokocho Gourmet Town

Features brands contributing with original dishes and ideas, made with ingredients produced and procured locally. The structures also reflect the innovation and novelty sense pursued by this concept.


  • Souvenirs
  • Restaurant
  • Bus Stop
  • Wi-Fi
Location : 〒460-0032
1 Ninomaru, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Muneharu Zone)
1 Sannomaru, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Yoshinao Zone)
days / hours
: Varies depending on the shop.
Place : Nagoya Castle, Main Gate Seimon and East Gate Higashimon
Parking : Available, paid *: Available from January 2nd to December 28th
[Main Gate Parking Lot] cap. 308 cars
Hours: 8:45 AM-9:30 PM (until 10:00 PM during Yoi Matsuri Festival period)
-Cars: 180 yen/30 minutes
-Motorcycle/Moped: 100 yen/30 minutes
[Ninomaru East Parking Lot] cap. 123 cars
Hours: 8:30 AM-10:30 PM
-Car: 180 yen/30 minutes

*: Exclusive parking facilities not available.
*: Inquiries
Nagoya Castle Promotion Association (052-231-1655)
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : December 29 to January 1
Phone number : 052-973-9011 (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, unavailable on weekends and holidays)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.


  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    5 min. westwards walk from Exit 7 of Shiyakusho Station of the subway Meijo Line (board the clockwise train from Sakae Station, in turn reachable from Nagoya Station using the subway Higashiyama Line bound for Sakae and Fujigaoka).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 8 min. southwestwards from Kurokawa Exit of the Nagoya Expressway R1 Kusunoki Route, or;
    Approx. 5 min. northwards from Marunouchi Exit of the Nagoya Expressway Ring Route.

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