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Morning Kissa Riyon
With a short walk from Nagoya station, you can find this local people's favorite cafe, Morning Kissa Riyon. The specialty of this place is the Morning Service (breakfast set) you can have all day long. Generally speaking, this Morning Service is a breakfast set that cafes or restaurants provide at a low price. At this cafe, you can enjoy this Morning Service that comes with toast and pressed sandwich just by paying for a drink anytime during the business hours.
- B1, Mitsui Bldg. Honkan, 1-24-30 Meieki Minami, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
- Contact No.
- 5-min by walk from Sakura Dori exit of JR Nagoya station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 8:00 - 18:00 Closed from December 30 to January 3
- Other Information
- *Average price （per person）: no more than 999 yenMenu: Coffee 410 yen, lemon tea 430 yen, Iced cafe au lait 450 yen
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A wide choice of drinks for Morning Service
At some restaurants with this kind of Morning Service, the drink that you can have is limited, but here you can have this set not only with coffee but also with any kind of drink such as coke or orange juice, and it is one of the great things about this place.
Special deal in the morning
The most popular menu is A set which comes with savory thick toast smothered with butter and a boiled egg （you only pay for the drink）. This already has a satisfying volume but if you order this in the morning, you can have a Japanese sponge cake called castella additionally.
Nagoya's speciality set is also recommended
The C set with Nagoya's famous ogura toast, which is a toast with anko, sweet red bean paste, on top is also recommended. The ogura toast here is arranged as pressed sandwich made with slices of soft bread and stuffed with a plenty of not-too-sweet anko. You will love the crunchiness of pressed bread. And of course, you will only pay for the drink.