5 min walk from Nagoya station. A restaurant where you can enjoy creative Japanese style dishes including our Nagoya specialty Nagoya Cochin chicken, one of the three major free-range chicken of Japan.
A hidden great restaurant where they serve pure line Nagoya Cochin chicken dishes, which the locals of Nagoya say yes to. Only fresh chicken caught in the morning is used in sashimi and also in grilled dishes, so we are highly appreciated by gourmets. We are sure that you will enjoy our dishes. Our restaurant is like a posting station of the Edo period, with a bar counter and seating for couples. We also have a huge screen to entertain you. Our private dining room can also be used for business entertainments.
|Address||4-3-11, Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, 450-0002|
|Access||JR Nagoya Station 5-minute walk, Meitetsu Line Meitetsu-Nagoya Station 5-minute walk, Subway Nagoya Station 5-minute walk, Kintetsu Line Kintetsu-Nagoya Station 5-minute walk|
|Hours||Dinner: 17:00 - 23:30(L.O.23:00, Drink L.O. 23:00)|
|Average price||Dinner 4,500 JPY|
|Cards Accepted||VISA, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club, MUFG, UC, DC, UFJ, SAISON, UnionPay|
|Electronic Money / Other Payment Methods||Suica, ICOCA, manaca, QUICPay|
|Banquet Maximum Party Size||
|Reservation Maximum Party Size||4 - 40|
|Private Room||Private Room|
|Smoking||Smoking is prohibited inside the store. Smoking is allowed outside and outside the store|
|Kid Friendly||Children are welcome, Bringing your own baby food allowed, Dishes for kids available, Entry of baby buggies permitted.|
English menu available, Simplified Chinese menu available, Traditional Chinese menu available, Korean menu available
English speaking staff available
|Wi-Fi / Plug-in||
SoftBank, NTT DoCoMo, au
Equipped with Wine cellar
Sports programs broadcasted here, Bands can perform
Microphone available for use, Projector & screen available, Bingo game available
Menu and Others information
|Menu||All you can drink menu|
Updated on October 1, 2021
The shop might decline diners if they feel sick.
May ask customers temperature checks for entering a restaurant.
May restrict number of guests during peak hours.
The shop might ask diners to wear masks except when drinking or eating.
*Infection prevention are provided by the shop and are not checked by Gurunavi for accuracy.