Having opened in Meiji 32 (1899), and serving its signature yakitori (grilled chicken), unagi (eel) and nabe (hot pot) for over 110 years, Miyakagi is one of Nagoya’s longest-running restaurants.

Although it can get very busy, diners can choose to either sit at the bustling bar and see their food get expertly grilled, or opt for a more private table away from the main room. But even here, most tables are merely divided by ...

Chic and airy, with a floor-to-ceiling window, all-white furnishings and a lavish flower arrangement in one corner, it feels more like a quiet cafe-lounge than a noodle joint. There’s even a glass-topped miniature Zen rock garden running the length of the (all-white of course) ...

Eating at the Marunouchi Ozao branch of Belgian patisserie Debailleul is like falling in love. You can’t get the treat off your mind and the silly grin off your face.

Marumo styles itself as a Japanese “bowl cafe” serving Japanese “soul food.” It’s definitely a bowl cafe: The teishoku (lunch sets) include bibimbap, doria, donburi, om-rice — standard and simple. The bowls are big enough to wash a newborn baby in. Marumo also has ...

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