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Located at only a 1-minute walk from Sakae Subway station, Oden &Wine Kamoshiya is a Japanese version of a Spanish bar. They serve miso-oden, Nagoya specialty and good selection of wine. The owner of this restaurant is a sommelier who acquired experience in a French restaurant, a wine bar, and so on. They always keep more than 30 kinds of wine for customers to choose from to go with well stewed miso-oden, Nagoya specialty gourmet.
- Moriman Building 1F, 3-16-8 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
- Contact No.
- 1 minute walk from Exit 3 of Sakae Station on Nagoya Municipal Subway Higashiyama line and Meijo line.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 16:00-24:00 Closed on Sunday
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average budget （per person）: 1,000 yen-Menu: Suji-ni 480 yen, Nagoya Hayashi 680 yen, Glass wine 500 yen-
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Nagoya Specialty that Goes Well with Wine
They take pride in the special soup for oden which they arranged not to ruin the flavor or aroma of wine. Typical miso-oden in Nagoya uses strong taste soup made from Haccho-miso, soybean miso which is fermented for a long time. But the oden soup here in this restaurant tastes simple with rich stock flavor that goes well with wine.
Popular Menu, Soft, Melting Meat!
The most recommended menu is “Suji-ni” （480 yen）, beef tendon stewed in oden soup. The beef tendon is carefully prepared and stewed for hours. It melts at the moment you put it in your mouth spreading the stock flavor and rich taste of meat.
New Nagoya Specialty “Nagoya Hayashi”!
The new Nagoya specialty is getting more and more popular among many izakaya restaurants downtown Nagoya. “Nagoya Hayashi” （680 yen） is very popular menu in this restaurant too. The special hashed beef made with demi-glace sauce and hatcho-miso is poured onto the rice cooked a little harder than usual. It can be seen as Japanese style risotto and tasted great with wine.