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Hitsumabushi

Hitsumabushi

Slice of grilled eel on rice in a rice container. Divide it into several portions. First of all, you scoop the first portion into a bowl and eat as it is. Secondly, you serve the second one and put on condiments. Then you have the third segment in the same manner as the second portion, after that pour green tea or broth into a bowl and eat it like Ochazuke. Finally, you enjoy it by your favorite way.

Hitsumabushi
Miso katsu

Miso katsu

Fried pork cutlet covered in regional soy bean sauce. Each restaurant has original blend sauce and serve with mustard, sesame seeds and Japanese typical spice shichimi. Many coffee shops include miso-katsu in the lunch menu in Nagoya. This dishes go well with rice.

Miso katsu
Ankake Spaghetti

Ankake Spaghetti

Ankake Spaghetti features spicy and peppery sauce similar to Chinese cuisine sauce. You enjoy various topping of vegetables, red sausages and meats and so on. Especially, “Country” (vegetables topping) and “Milanese”(vegetables and sausages topping) are popular among local people.

Ankake Spaghetti
Taiwanese Ramen Noodles

Taiwanese Ramen Noodles

Spicy ramen noodles topped on ground meat, Chinese chive, bean sprouts and red peppers. You might sweat because of characteristic spicy soup. This ramen noodles was created by a Taiwanese restaurant “Misen” in Nagoya in the early 1970s.

Taiwanese Ramen Noodles
Tebasaki

Tebasaki

Tebasaki is deep-fried chicken wing. Wings are seasoned with spicy sauce beforehand and fried without batter. Some restaurants simmer wings instead of frying them. Wings are served as a restaurant bar menu or as a take-out food of delicatessen.

Tebasaki
Kishimen

Kishimen

It features noodles which it is flat and postponed thinly. We hang hot soup to noodles which we boiled, and it is common to ride fried bean curd and greens, spice, dried bonito, but there are Curry & Rice Kishimen, stewed miso Kishimen, colander Kishimen, too.

Kishimen
Teppan Spaghetti

Teppan Spaghetti

Spaghetti seasoned with ketchup sauce is put on “teppan-zara” (iron plate), and pour beaten egg on the plate. Main ingredients are small sausage, onion and bell pepper. Before you eat it, you mix beaten egg to prevent burning as soon as possible. Most coffee shops in Nagoya serve it as a lunch menu.

Teppan Spaghetti
Tenmusu

Tenmusu

Rice ball contained deep-fried shrimp (tempura). Tenmusu is half the size of regular rice ball, so it is easy to eat as a snack or to present as a souvenir. Some restaurants serve Tenmusu, as a submenu or as a take-out dish.

Tenmusu
Dote-ni

Dote-ni

Pork or beef entrails boiled in Hatcho miso broth features rich and salty-sweet. Put on sliced green onion and red pepper. You are great with rice or sake. It is believed that dote-ni was originated about 150 years ago as meat consumption increased.

Dote-ni
Miso oden

Miso oden

Oden is a Japanese one pot winter dish consisting of ingredients such as konjac, tofu, daikon, boiled egg and beef gristle. In Nagoya, there are two ways to make Oden. One is simmered in Hatcho miso broth. The other is put miso sauce. You are great with rice and sake.

Miso oden
Ogura Toast

Ogura Toast

Spread butter or margarine and put on “ogura” (sweet red bean paste) on the toast. Western-style food, butter and Japanese-style food, “ogura” match unexpectedly. Many coffee shops serve “ogura” toast as a morning meal or a light snack in Nagoya.

Ogura Toast
Ebi-furai

Ebi-furai

“Ebi-furai” are fried shrimps. Since MC of a TV problem told that Nagoya people pronounced “Ebi-furai” as “Ebi-furya”, “Ebi-furai” has become a specialty food of Nagoya. Some coffee shops serve as a set meal or as a shrimp sandwich.

Ebi-furai
Nagoya cochin

Nagoya cochin

Regional chicken brand which features fleshy substance with elasticity and full-bodied taste, and has high popularity nationwide. Taste is heavy, and, other than the use of various dishes including deep-fried chicken, egg is used for sweets such as puddings, too.

Nagoya cochin
Misonikomi Udon

Misonikomi Udon

It features soup of heavy Hatcho miso and unique large noodles which are worth biting. to puts egg, green onion, chicken, and it is common to eat with burning hot earthenware pot. Classic menu of Nagoya who is loved at home.

Misonikomi Udon