Other Food Spots in Aichi Area

  • Yamada Gohei Mochi
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    4.0
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    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Higashikoken 776
    Yamada Gohei Mochi shop, located in the castle town around Inuyama Castle, is famous for its rich, handmade sauce. They roast the mochi skewers for about three minutes on order, slather it in their special sauce, and hand the skewer over so you can eat while you stroll the streets. Depending on the season you can also get roasted sweet potatoes, shaved ice, soft-serve ice cream and more. It’s located ten minutes’ walk from Meitetsu Inuyama Line Inuyama Station.

    We visited Inuyama on Friday, January 3. It was super busy. At the Nagoya Station, we bought the Meitetsu Inuyama Castle Town Ticket which included the local and semi express train to Inuyama...

  • Maruya Haccho Miso
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    4.0
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    Aichi Pref. Okazakishi Hacchouchou Oukandori 52
    Maruya Haccho Miso, which has stubbornly persisted with its traditional method of making miso since it was founded in 1337, uses only soybeans, salt, and water to create a hard miso with a taste unchanged from the past that has been thoroughly fermented for two summers and two winters. Touring the factory is also possible, and visitors can enjoy the scenery from Haccho Miso’s miso storehouse. It is approximately three minutes on foot from Naka-Okazaki Station on the Aichi Loop Railway.

    The other of the two miso manufactures in Okazaki tracing its roots back to Tokugawa Ieasu times, if not before. Well worth the visit.

  • Juhyouya Inuyamaan
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    4.0
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    Aichi Pref. Inuyamashi Inuyama Nishikoken 15
    A Japanese pickle shop located in Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture. The shop sells traditional Japanese pickles like moriguchizuke radishes pickled in mirin and Narazuke Nara-style pickles. Customers can also enjoy food in the shop like the Inuyama Enmusubi, rice balls with pickles; and the Mamori Unari, hitsumabushi eel rice wrapped in deep-fried tofu skin. The shop also sells a popular soft serve ice cream made with moriguchizuke, creating a delicate balance of sweetness and saltiness.

    漬け物が美味しいと聞きました。ランチに付いていた漬け物が美味しいです。抹茶氷もりぐちソフトも美味しいかき氷でした。

  • Paopaotei
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    4.0
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Osu 3-20-14
    "A shop in 3 Chome, Osu, Naka Ward, Nagoya City specializing in Taiwanese baozi buns. Their hand-made, fried buns have juicy meat wrapped in a soft chewy skin and fried until crisp. In addition to ""meat baozi"" with plenty of gravy, they sell healthy ""vegetable baozi,"" fried dumplings and frozen dumplings."

    名古屋の名城線上前津駅から歩いて5分ほどの台湾仕込みの包子のお店です。もちもちで外はカリかり、中は豚肉のあんがたっぷり一個¥160はちょーお得です

  • Myokoen Sun Road Store
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Nakamura-ku Meieki 4-7-25 Meieki Underground shopping center Sun Road
    This tea shop is on the Sun Road underground shopping street in 4 Chome, Meieki, Nakamura Ward, Naogoya City. Their signature hojicha tea is blended by a tea master producing a deep aroma and crisp taste. They also sell a variety of other teas as well and have a service providing matcha tea and sweets to customers.

    サンロード内を歩いているとほうじ茶の良い香りがします。 300gで1000円。コスパはとても良いですし、味も美味しいです。

  • Voyage
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    Aichi Pref. Handashi Sakaemachi 4-79
    A cafe located in Handa City, Aichi Prefecture with a hideaway atmosphere where you can enjoy coffee made with beans roasted in-house. This cute establishment has a weathered exterior and warm, woody interior, and it's particularly popular with women. Here you can enjoy a lunch consisting of thick-cut toast and real, flavorful coffee.

    とても良い雰囲気のカフェです。 拘りがあり、コーヒーもとても美味しく、 国際審査員の評価基準をクリアした、 スペシャルティコーヒー豆を使用、販売しています。 店内はカウンターに4席、テーブルは5卓ほど。 駐車場は隣の花屋さんを曲がった所に完備。 いろんなコーヒーを飲み比べたくなるお店です。

  • Asahiya
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Kita-ku Ozone 2-11-5
    This sandwich shop is in 2 Chome, Ozone, Kita Ward, Nagoya City. Their fruit sandwiches with seasonal fruit like blueberries, strawberries, and bananas with fresh cream are a local favorite. Other items include egg sandwiches, fried cutlet sandwiches, and chunky red bean paste and rice dumpling sandwiches with fresh cream.

    が有名なお店です。子供の頃から、利用していますが、その頃は普通のサンドイッチのほうが、メインでフルーツは少しだけありました。 有名店になって、ジャズストリートのイベントがあったので、売り切れのものもたくさんありました。 美味しくて、素朴な味なので、是非お立ち寄りください。

  • Kakuozan no Chiizuya-san Mercure
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Chikusa-ku Sanmonchou 1-47 big cat's house 1F
    This shop specializes in cheeses and honey and is about a six-minute walk toward the approach from Exit 4 of Kakuozan Station. “Mercure” is the name of the French god of agriculture. There are many cheeses that are only available here within Japan, and only the best items from France are selected. You can purchase a set of four recommended cheeses, including “Bleu D'Auvergne,” a famous variety of blue cheese. There’s also porch seating for a more liberated dining experience.

    チーズ好きとはちみつ好きにはたまらないお店でした。お店の名前から行く前からわくわくしていたのですが、大正解でした。また行きたいです!

  • Tai Matsuri Hiroba
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    Aichi Pref. Chitagunminamichitachou Toyoka 34-24 Komagai
    A factory direct shop owned and operated by senbei rice crack company Sankyo Shokuhin. Filled with sales stands line up like stalls at a festival, here customers can purchase around 60 different varieties of senbei. Customers can also sample all of the senbei varieties on offer before they buy. There's also a huge, red paper sea bream statue, perfect for taking a picture in front of. In addition, a provided rest area ensures customers can take their time when choosing gifts and souvenirs. With an advance reservation, visitors can go on a factory tour and learn about the processes involved in making seafood senbei rice crackers.
  • Hakkoya SAKAECHIKA Restaurant
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku
  • Ebisen Kobo
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    Aichi Gamagori-shi Seida Cho Kamiochi 33-1
    This longstanding workshop and shop makes and sells ebi senbei shrimp rice crackers. The establishment uses choice shrimp and the latest in hygienic systems to create its ebi senbei according to a traditional method. The establishment has an abundant selection of senbei rice crackers, including crackers made by pressing and frying shrimp as-is, salty-sweet mirin senbei, simple age senbei deep fried rice crackers, tako senbei octopus rice crackers, and gobo senbei burdock rice crackers. The establishment has an eat-in space where customers can enjoy fresh-made ebi sugatayaki and sakiika dried squid strips.
  • NAKAMO
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    Aichi Kiyosu-shi Nishibiwajimacho Jutsukenura 3
    A miso manufacturing and seasoning maker headquartered in Nishibiwajima-cho, Kiyosu City. Since getting its start over in 1830 as a koji fermentation starter maker near Nagoya Castle, they've been making sweet, low-salt Saikyo Shiromiso utilizing the koji. Now key to the flavor of local cuisine, it's used to make udon noodles in miso broth, Nagoya's signature dish. White miso has long been a popular seasoning and has become an essential for the modern table.
  • Tsukedokoro Juhyoya Fuso Sohonke
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    Aichi Niwa-gun Fusocho Yamana Ya Shikiji 757
    This tsukemono pickle making shop is on a daikon radish farm in fuso-cho, where Moriguchi daikon radishes originated. They hand make their pickles with traditional methods to suit the modern palate while not using additives or artificial flavors. The pickles are taken fresh from the barrel every morning, arranged for display, and sold by weight as desired. They have an array of pickled vegetables made from local produce, including carefully selected Moriguchi daikon radish pickles. They get their fantastic flavor from being pickled in a secret sake lees blend.
  • Kaneto Shoten
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    Aichi Chita-gun Minamichitacho Himaka Shima Kita Noboritate 17
    A seafood shop located about 20 minutes by high-speed boat from Kouwa Port and about five minutes on foot from Nishi Port. The fisherman owner sells dried items made of carefully selected seafood. Dried geoduck clams, a Himakajima Island specialty, is one of their most popular items. Dried octopus is a Himakajima Island local favorite. Theirs is soft and tasty and along with fatty conger eel gets good reviews. Their seasonal products such as dried puffer fish and young lance fish also come recommended. They also have workshops where you can try your hand at making the dried octopus.
  • Kakuto Jozo
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    Aichi Chita-gun Taketoyocho Satonaka 133
    "A miso and soy sauce brewery located in Taketoyo Town, Chita County, Aichi Prefecture. Primarily making soybean miso and soy sauces, the brewery continues to maintain traditions while also tackling new products which meet today's needs. The brewer's products are all aged in Japanese cedar casks, without the use of any plastic tanks whatsoever. The brewery's Kakuto Mame Miso is a nama (""fresh"") miso made with domestic soybeans slow-aged over a two-year period. The Gokujo Tamari soy sauce is made with whole soybeans; naturally fermented, it is also made with twice the amount of soybeans as regular soy sauce."
  • Nakasada Shoten
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    Aichi Chita-gun Taketoyocho Komukae 51
    "Four minutes on foot from Taketoyo Station on the JR Taketoyo Line, this veteran miso and tamari soy sauce brewery is in Taketoyo Town near the center of the Chita Peninsula with its warm climate and high quality water. Their signature miso is made from large Aichi Prefecture grown soybeans and natural salt and is aged three years using traditional methods. With a mellow savory richness that comes from extended aging, their popular tamari soy sauce "" Tomizu Hozan Tamari"" can be used with a wide variety of cuisine. They also hold handmade miso making lessons and other workshops and events."
  • Ito Shoten Denemon
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    Aichi Chita-gun Taketoyocho Satonaka 54
    This veteran brewery is about 10 minutes by car from Taketoyo Interchange on the Minami Chita Road. They've been manufacturing and selling miso and tamari soy sauce since the Edo period. Their miso and tamari have a deep, rich flavor from the brewing bacteria and two-hundred year old cedar casks that have been passed down through the generations. Their signature additive-free miso is made with domestic soybeans and sun-dried salt before being carefully fermented for three years. Their versatile tamari seasoning is rich and sweet, with 16% salt that is less than ordinary varieties. Their popular nametake mushroom and soy sauce preserve has no artificial flavors.
  • Minamigura Shoten
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    Aichi Chita-gun Taketoyocho Satonaka 58
    A five-minute taxi ride from Taketoyo Station on the JR Taketoyo Line. This miso and soy sauce brewery has been making its naturally flavored products using traditional methods since 1872. The brewery's miso is prepared in wooden casks, some of which are over 100 years old, and slow-aged over a three year period; each batch comes out slightly different, meaning its flavor is unique and never to be tasted again. The brewery's fresh Sato no Aji miso, which is packaged straight from the cask without additional aging, comes in two types - one in which the beans have been mashed to a smooth consistency, and one with the pieces of soybean still intact for a chunky texture. The luxurious Tsuresoi miso, which is made exclusively with the small amount of highly flavorful miso found at the bottom of the cask, is also recommended.
  • Eikokuya
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Chikusa-ku Sanmoncho 2-58
    A black tea specialty shop located in Sanmon-cho, Nagoya City. The shop sells black teas imported from India, Sri Lanka, and Europe, as well as herbs, spices, additive-free dried fruits, fruit teas, and other foods. The shop also operates the Eikokuya Indian restaurant and Eikokuya Parlor.
  • Yamatoya Honten's Hakkoya
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    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Sakae 3-15-1
    A shop specializing in pickled vegetables on Otsu-dori Street, 3 Chome, Sakae, Naka Ward, Nagoya City. Their pickles are a local favorite, made with moriguchi daikon radishes harvested along the Kiso River. The variety has been certified as the longest in the world by Guinness Record. They also make melon and other Nara-zuke sake lees pickles, as well as mirin-zuke pickles.

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Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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