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Special Feature on Dining at Central Japan International Airport

Special Feature on Dining at Central Japan International Airport

If in Nagoya, Check out “Nagoya-Meshi” (Local Nagoya Food)

“Nagoya-meshi” (local Nagoya food) refers to dishes that were invented by people local to the Chukyo (greater Nagoya) region, and which were developed and modified amidst the Nagoya lifestyle. Nagoya-meshi (local Nagoya food) comes in numerous varieties, from food that can be eaten leisurely to dishes popular among ordinary folk for their convenience. If you come to Nagoya, you must try Nagoya-meshi (local Nagoya food) at least once!

Miso Cutlets

Price :
Waraji-tonkatsu: 1,728 yen
Restaurant name :
Misokatsu Yabaton

Here in the Chukyo region (greater Nagoya), it is a custom to eat tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlets) not with Worcestershire sauce, but with a sweet sauce made from hatcho-miso (premium bean curd paste.) “Waraji-tonkatsu” is a typical example of miso cutlets, and it earns full marks for being 50% larger in size than ordinary pork cutlets.

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Hitsumabushi

Price :
Top-grade hitsumabushi (with soup): 3,065 yen
Restaurant name :
Maruya Honten

Hitsumabushi, a local specialty of the Nagoya area, is a Japanese dish made from broiled eel. The first helping is eaten as-is, the second with your choice of seasoning, and the third with tea poured on it — an enjoyable array of flavors offered as a single menu choice.

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Miso-Nikomi Udon

Price :
Miso-nikomi udon: 1,112 yen
Restaurant name :
Wakashachiya

Miso-nikomi udon is a homemade dish local to the Chukyo region (greater Nagoya), consisting of udon simmered in a broth based on hatcho miso or other types of soy miso (bean curd.) Enjoy these noodles with their great texture while they are piping hot.

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Enjoy the rich line-up of Japanese cuisine at Central Japan International Airport!

Sushi

Price :
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Restaurant name :
Kaitensushi Maruchu

Sushi is a dish that is typical of Japanese cuisine, and nowadays one can enjoy sushi made from a variety of ingredients besides raw fish on a daily basis. Conveyor-belt sushi restaurants provide a convenient way to eat affordable sushi, a fun way to eat that lets diners pick out just what they want to have.

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Tempura and Soba Noodles

Price :
1,879 yen
Restaurant name :
Sarazan

Central Japan International Airport’s dining options include tempura, a typical Japanese dish. However, diners will find not just tempura restaurants here, but a variety of restaurants offering tempura meal platters, rice bowls with tempura, tempura soba noodles, and more. Soba noodles are a traditional noodle dish made from buckwheat flour.

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Ramen

Price :
Takayama Chinese noodle: 700 yen
Restaurant name :
Mametengu

Ramen is considered to be the food of Japanese commoners, and it is a dish typical of Japanese cuisine, coming in a wide variety of soup and noodle types. Central Japan International Airport has seven ramen restaurants, and diners can try many types of ramen here.

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Curry

Price :
Original Oriental curry: 615 yen
Restaurant name :
Oriental Kitchen

Curry is a general homemade food dish, and its flavor varies according to household and restaurant. It is most commonly eaten together with rice, but curry with udon noodles or ramen have also become widespread.

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Okonomiyaki

Price :
Tartar modan mix: 1,166 yen
Restaurant name :
Modan’yaki restaurant: Boteya

Okonomiyaki is a homemade food dish for ordinary folk, and it can be made with a rich variety of ingredients and toppings. It is distinctive in how its ingredients vary not only by household and restaurant, but also by region, and the okonomiyaki from Kansai and Hiroshima are particularly well-known.

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Onigiri

Price :
One-soup-and-three-sides combo: 500 yen
Restaurant name :
Seasonal fruits and vegetables: Agurisu

Onigiri is a Japanese food eaten in Japan since ancient times, and it differs from sushi. It can be made from a variety of ingredients, and numerous kinds of onigiri are available even at convenience stores. Onigiri made at this restaurant is stuffed full of ingredients and makes an easy, enjoyable Japanese meal when combined with miso soup and other side dishes.

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Japanese Desserts

Price :
Fruit anmitsu and green tea combo: 980 yen
Restaurant name :
Japanese-Style Café: Wa No Ma

When it comes to Japanese desserts, there are many varieties to choose from, from traditional Japanese cakes to dessert platters arranged Japanese-style with matcha green tea and other extras. Japanese desserts are even more enjoyable when you have them together with green tea.

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