Ajidokoro Kano

The restaurant Ajidokoro Kano is tucked away from the main street of Sakae which is Nagoya's business district. This restaurant created miso katsudon (pork cutlet with miso sauce over rice) that has been a favorite of Nagoya locals' for over 60 years. The restaurant's specialty is a pork cutlet that has a light taste. They use their own special blend of oil which consists of corn, soybean and canola oil to make their cutlet light and pleasant tasting. The miso katsu is simmered in a sweet and salty rich sauce which reduces the fat, so you can enjoy the true flavor of the meat and the miso.

Address
3-4-110 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-52-241-3471
Access
3-min walk from Sakae Station on subway Higashiyama Line or Meijo Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00‐14:00, 17:00‐20:00
Closed on Mondays
Other Information
*Average price per person: from 1,000 yen *Menu: Ganso Misokatsudon (original rice bowl with miso pork cutlet) 1,200 yen, Katsu Rice (pork cutlet and rice) 1,450 yen, Ebifry Rice (fried prawn and rice) 1,450 yen, Miso Ebidon (rice bowl with miso fried prawn) 1,450 yen, Oebidon (rice bowl with large fried prawn) 1,650 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Carefully Selected Ingredients

To make the dish, they use a special blend of oil. They age their miso for three years and use homemade coarse breadcrumbs that holds the sauce well. They are especially particular about rice. Different kinds of rice are used depending on the season, and they even sift the rice to use only prefect grains.

Source:食べログ

Same Flavor Handed Down Over Generations

Their signature dish is Ganso Misokatsudon (original miso cutlet bowl - 1,200 yen). The pork cutlet is simmered in a sweet and salty sauce, and the sauce is soaked into the crust. The meat is very tender and juicy. There is a generous portion of pork, so you can add toppings like an egg (50 yen) or green onion (100 yen) to have a variation in taste.

Source:食べログ

Generous Portion of Plump Prawns

Their Miso Ebidon (fried prawn with miso sauce over rice 1,450 yen) is as popular as the Ganso Misokatsudon. The fried prawns absorb the sweet and salty sauce that goes very well with white rice! Many customers visit this restaurant many times only for this dish.

Source:ipopan

Source:Mっさんの逆襲

Ajidokoro Kano

The restaurant Ajidokoro Kano is tucked away from the main street of Sakae which is Nagoya's business district. This restaurant created miso katsudon (pork cutlet with miso sauce over rice) that has been a favorite of Nagoya locals' for over 60 years. The restaurant's specialty is a pork cutlet that has a light taste. They use their own special blend of oil which consists of corn, soybean and canola oil to make their cutlet light and pleasant tasting. The miso katsu is simmered in a sweet and salty rich sauce which reduces the fat, so you can enjoy the true flavor of the meat and the miso.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Carefully Selected Ingredients

To make the dish, they use a special blend of oil. They age their miso for three years and use homemade coarse breadcrumbs that holds the sauce well. They are especially particular about rice. Different kinds of rice are used depending on the season, and they even sift the rice to use only prefect grains.

Source:食べログ

Same Flavor Handed Down Over Generations

Their signature dish is Ganso Misokatsudon (original miso cutlet bowl - 1,200 yen). The pork cutlet is simmered in a sweet and salty sauce, and the sauce is soaked into the crust. The meat is very tender and juicy. There is a generous portion of pork, so you can add toppings like an egg (50 yen) or green onion (100 yen) to have a variation in taste.

Source:食べログ

Generous Portion of Plump Prawns

Their Miso Ebidon (fried prawn with miso sauce over rice 1,450 yen) is as popular as the Ganso Misokatsudon. The fried prawns absorb the sweet and salty sauce that goes very well with white rice! Many customers visit this restaurant many times only for this dish.

Source:ipopan

Source:Mっさんの逆襲

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