Sumiyoshicho Mokuran

Source:住吉町もくらん

Located in Nagoya's nightlife scene Sakae, Sumiyoshicho Mokuran is a popular izakaya (Japanese tavern) established in 1989. In the cozy and relaxed atmosphere inside that feels like a hideaway, you can enjoy local sake and authentic shochu mainly from the Nagoya area, as well as food that goes really well with drinks such as dried or deep-fried dishes. Other than snacks to have with drinks, the menu also has a wide selection of dishes like curry udon or satisfying meals at reasonable prices called "midnight lunch menu", so those that aren't too keen on drinking should also definitely pay a visit!

Address
Grand Bldg. 3F, 3-9-22 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-52-251-7060
Access
7-min walk from Sakae station exit 8 on Nagoya Metro Meijo Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
18:00-2:00am Closed on Sundays and national holidays
Official Website
http://www.mokuran.com/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): From 2,000 yenMenu: Late-night omurice meal (comes with soup, salad, pickled veggies) 1,000 yen, Nagoya Hayashi 800 yenCredit card accepted

※ 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

Lineup of Local Sake and Authentic Shochu!

The selling point of this store is definitely the great variety in its alcohol offer! The bottle shelf covering the whole wall and filled with isshobin (1.8 L bottles) of Japanese sake, mainly from local breweries in Nagoya, is pretty impressive. Other than sake, there is also a good selection of other drinks like authentic shochu, domestic wine and highball using local whiskey.

Source:住吉町もくらん

Late-Night Only, Popular Limited Menu

The top recommendation is the late-night omurice (omelette wrapped over fried rice) meal (1,000 yen), from the "late-night lunch menu" limited to only between 22:00-2:00 am. The generously poured sauce on top of the fluffy omelette wrapped around the rice has a profound flavor that goes really well with drinks!

Source:食べログ

Nagoya's New Local Gourmet Dish!

Also recommended is "Nagoya hayashi" (800 yen), a rice dish made with Nagoya specialty hatcho miso added to demi-glace sauce, an emerging Nagoya specialty dish that is steadily gaining popularity. It's a very satisfying dish with plenty of stewed intestines, especially popular among the male customers.

Source:Foodspotting

Sumiyoshicho Mokuran

Located in Nagoya's nightlife scene Sakae, Sumiyoshicho Mokuran is a popular izakaya (Japanese tavern) established in 1989. In the cozy and relaxed atmosphere inside that feels like a hideaway, you can enjoy local sake and authentic shochu mainly from the Nagoya area, as well as food that goes really well with drinks such as dried or deep-fried dishes. Other than snacks to have with drinks, the menu also has a wide selection of dishes like curry udon or satisfying meals at reasonable prices called "midnight lunch menu", so those that aren't too keen on drinking should also definitely pay a visit!

※ 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

Lineup of Local Sake and Authentic Shochu!

The selling point of this store is definitely the great variety in its alcohol offer! The bottle shelf covering the whole wall and filled with isshobin (1.8 L bottles) of Japanese sake, mainly from local breweries in Nagoya, is pretty impressive. Other than sake, there is also a good selection of other drinks like authentic shochu, domestic wine and highball using local whiskey.

Source:住吉町もくらん

Late-Night Only, Popular Limited Menu

The top recommendation is the late-night omurice (omelette wrapped over fried rice) meal (1,000 yen), from the "late-night lunch menu" limited to only between 22:00-2:00 am. The generously poured sauce on top of the fluffy omelette wrapped around the rice has a profound flavor that goes really well with drinks!

Source:食べログ

Nagoya's New Local Gourmet Dish!

Also recommended is "Nagoya hayashi" (800 yen), a rice dish made with Nagoya specialty hatcho miso added to demi-glace sauce, an emerging Nagoya specialty dish that is steadily gaining popularity. It's a very satisfying dish with plenty of stewed intestines, especially popular among the male customers.

Source:Foodspotting

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