10th Generation GISUKE
Purveying local sakes related to Aichi Prefecture and Nagoya Castle, with a counter for tastings (charge applies)
Shop Overview Sales of sake, plum liquor, local beer, foods, and merchandise related to Aichi Prefecture and Nagoya Castle. Also featuring tastings at our counter (fee applies). Shop Concept Aichi Prefecture is one of Japan's leading producers of Japanese sake. As the prefecture's first "antenna shop" specializing in sake, we aim to be a base from which to promote sake and other products from Nagoya and Aichi. From the Menu Kinshachi Yokocho exclusive offerings from breweries located in Nagoya.
Sake flight menu allows comparison tasting of three local varieties. Menu changes daily.
Phone +8152-961-5815 HP Coming Soon
Yamamotoya Souhonke Kinshachi Yokochoten
Kinshachi-nikomi udon, Kinshachi-kishimen noodles
Shop Overview The same great flavor, from our beginnings in 1925 to the present day.
We offer our customers kinshachi-nikomi udon noodles, named after the kinshachi atop Nagoya Castle.
Shop Concept We want our many customers to know and enjoy miso-nikomi udon, a central dish in Nagoya's culinary culture. From the Menu ・Kinshachi-nikomi udon,
Phone +8152-212-7488 HP http://yamamotoya.co.jp/
Nagoya Cochin oyako-don, Nagoya Cochin tebasaki chicken wings
Shop Overview We specialize in chicken dishes made with local ingredients from Aichi, including Nagoya Cochin, one of Japan's three major chicken breeds. Enjoy a variety of delicious chicken dishes including our Nagoya Cochin tebasaki karaage deep-fried chicken wings, winner of three consecutive gold medals in the karaage division at the Japan Karaage Association's annual Karaage Grand Prix, and our Nagoya Cochin oyako-don chicken-and-egg rice bowl, awarded the Gold Prize at the All Japan Donburi Union's annual DON Grand Prix four years in a row. Shop Concept Nagoya Castle is one of Nagoya's premier tourist attractions. We look forward to serving the many tourists here from Japan and around the world our famous and flavorful Nagoya Cochin, one of Japan's three major chicken breeds. We also hope to promote Nagoya's further development in the spirit of local production for local consumption. From the Menu 【Restaurant Menu】
• Nagoya Cochin oyako-don, Nagoya Cochin tebasaki karaage
• Momo (thighs) karaage set • Wakadori tebasaki karaage
• Nagoya Cochin tebasaki karaage • Wakadori karaage • Wakadori momo karaage
Phone +8152-218-2422 HP http://www.tori-kai.com/
Hitsumabushi Bincho Kinshachi Yokocho
Hitsumabushi, Kinshachi hitsumabushi, unagi inari
Shop Overview A space where guests can relax and fully enjoy hitsumabushi, Nagoya's famed grilled eel specialty, with seating for single diners to larger groups. Reservations are accepted. We also have a takeout menu that includes our Kinshachi-exclusive unagi inari eel and rice in fried tofu pouches, providing a great way to enjoy these items at home, at picnics—even as a souvenir of your visit here. Shop Concept We consider it an honor and a privilege to be able to offer hitsumabushi, a specialty of Nagoya, right at the base of Nagoya Castle. We look forward to serving the many visitors to Kinshachi Yokocho—named after the kinshachi, Nagoya Castle's famed symbol—and we are excited to join together with all the shops in Kinshachi Yokocho in our hopes of hearing many exclaim, "This is great!" From the Menu Kinshachi Yokocho-exclusive Kinshachi Hitsumabushi
Kinshachi Yokocho-exclusive unagi inari
Phone +8152-223-5777 HP http://www.hitsumabushi.co.jp/
Shop Overview Renowned Nagoya establishment founded in 1947. Deep-fried cutlets made using carefully selected pork and breadcrumbs from our own ovens. Our red miso sauce is made according to a secret recipe with naturally brewed soybean miso aged for a year and a half, preserving the same original flavor enjoyed since our earliest days. Shop Concept We are now opening a Kinshachi Yokocho branch here at Nagoya Castle, headquarters of the shogun, to spread Nagoya's culinary culture, We want many visitors to enjoy Nagoya's famous specialty, miso-katsu, and return home enlivened by the delicious memory. From the Menu ・Waraji tonkatsu ・teppan tonkatsu ・hire (filet) tonkatsu
・roast pork loin tonkatsu ・other items
(Gozen-style set menu service also to be available)
Phone +8152-231-8810 HP http://www.yabaton.com/
Nagoya Tofu KAWAGUCHI
Miso dengaku、Nagoya tofu
Shop Overview Makers of premium tofu ever since our establishment in 1934. Our tofu contains only select natural ingredients, including Japanese-grown soybeans, natural seawater brine, and clear well water. We offer the tastiest, safest tofu, with absolutely no GMO soybeans or additives. Shop Concept The Owari region, where miso is central to the culture, is a producer of top-quality soybeans and enjoys abundant water resources.
There is no better location for making delicious tofu. We want to bring Nagoya wider recognition with our tofu, made with traditional skills and techniques passed down over generations.
From the Menu 【Dining】
・Various types of tofu and soy milk, deep-fried tofu
Phone +8152-231-8810 HP http://www.kawaguchi-tofu.co.jp/
Sakana kasu-zuke pickled fish, Moriguchi-zuke radish pickles, Nara-zuke
Shop Overview Traditional Japanese pickle vendor in business continuously for 140 years, ever since our founding in 1869. Our souvenir shop offers Nagoya specialties such as Moriguchi-zuke radish pickles and a variety of other Japanese pickles. Or to fully experience our pickling skills, enjoy sakana kasu-zuke—varieties of fish pickled in sake lees—on the premises. Shop Concept Kiyosu Nishi-Biwajima, where Owariya was founded, prospered thanks to the Otai market established there by Tokugawa Ieyasu, sustaining many a dining table around Nagoya Castle as "Owari's pantry" from the feudal Edo period to the mid-20th century. We aim to convey Nagoya's culinary traditions today, 400 years after the Tokugawa clan's move from Kiyosu to Nagoya Castle. From the Menu 【Dining】
・Sablefish kasu-zuke ・salmon kasu-zuke ・Spanish mackerel kasu-zuke
・Moriguchi-zuke radish pickles ・various pickles ・Nara-zuke
Phone +8152-231-8810 HP http://www.owari.co.jp/
Japanese cafe Nagono Chaya
From sweets and beverages to meals and souvenirs
Shop Overview After taking a walk about Nagoya Castle, enjoy a break day off at Nagono Chaya.
This shop offers a range of Japanese sweets such as warabi-mochi, ammitsu, and other tasty delights, along with light meals and souvenirs unique to Kinshachachi Yokocho.
Shop Concept Just as in past times, Nagoya Castle remains the symbol of Nagoya.
Once purveyor to the Owari clan, Ryoguchiya Korekiyo confectionery still livens up Nagoya with sweet treats.
From the Menu ・Ammitsu ・zenzai ・warabi-mochi ・matcha ・soft drinks
Meals and souvenirs
Phone +8152-212-7237 HP Coming Soon
EBISENBEI NO SATO
Ebi sembei shrimp crackers
Shop Overview This shop provides an environment where customers can freely sample our wide variety of ebi sembei as they shop, confident in knowing exactly what they are purchasing. To provide an even more enjoyable experience, the Kinshachi Yokocho shop features a corner where the product is sold by weight. Shop Concept We've opened this shop in the hopes that everyone visiting Kinshachi Yokocho from Japan and abroad comes to know the great flavor and culture of ebi sembei. From the Menu ・Sales of hamasenebi usuyaki ・hamakaze
・ebi sembei sold by weight
Phone +8152-212-5188 HP http://ebisato.co.jp/
OWARINAGOYA TENDON TOKUGAWATYUBE
Tempura, ten-don, ten-musu, Washoku Japanese cuisine
Shop Overview In keeping with the spirit of "local production for local consumption," we use locally grown vegetables, with a focus on foods produced locally in Aichi Prefecture. This is a restaurant where you can enjoy a ten-don tempura rice bowl made with only the very finest ingredients, from the tempura's basic of flour and oil to the seasonings used. Shop Concept In establishing our location here at Kinshachi Yokocho, the entire staff is united in our attitude of putting our heart and soul into every dish, with a passion for quality and the desire to bring a smile to the customer's face with our cuisine. From the Menu We offer not only ten-don, but also miso ten-don made with our top-quality house-made red miso sauce, ebi-zammai ten-don with the ebi tempura front and center, and other kinds of tempura, along with other offerings such as the Nagono Kinshachi gozen set that includes hommaguro sashimi, chawan-mushi, and other sumptuous dishes. Phone +8152-212-7012 HP http://www.matsuri-group.jp/
classic sukiyaki SUGIMOTO
Gyu nabe, gyu nikomi, prepared meat dishes
Shop Overview Cuisine featuring gyunabe, a beef hot pot dish that brings out all of the meat's delicious flavor, as well as Kinshachi Yokocho-exclusive gyujiru, and a variety of prepared dishes using only carefully selected ingredients. Shop Concept Meat specialists Sugimoto have been a favorite of customers in Nagoya for over 100 years. Here at Kinshachi Yokocho, we aim to contribute to our local Nagoya culture and greet guests from around the world, serving our excellent meats. From the Menu Gyunabe, gyujiru, prepared meat dishes Phone +8152-212-5646 HP Coming Soon
SOUVENIR SHOP NAGOMYA
Gift shop (original Kinshachi Yokocho merchandise and other items)
Shop Overview Souvenir shop focusing on products related to Nagoya and the Tokai district. Featuring a huge selection of products ranging from original Kinshachi Yokocho merchandise to traditional craft items. Get a sense of Nagoya's history and culture as you enjoy shopping. Shop Concept Here at the base of Nagoya Castle, the symbol of this historical city, we want to play a part in telling more people about Nagoya's attractions with original souvenirs related to the area. We hope to remind more and more people of Nagoya's wonderful qualities. From the Menu Original Kinshachi Yokocho merchandise
• Products made with gold leaf • Armor and helmets
• Swords • Sweets • Food items
Phone +8152-212-8164 HP Coming Soon
Yoshimao Zone: 10:30 a.m. - 30 minutes after gate to Nagoya Castle closes* Times vary seasonally; please check the Nagoya Castle website.
Closed on same days as Nagoya Castle.* Subject to change due to special events of Nagoya Castle and other circumstances.