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Quiet typical japanese restaurant Nagoya 2012/8/26 02:27
I will be visiting Nagoya mid october. I would like to take my girlfriend to an old traditional Japanese restaurant, for dinner, quiet, romantic, away from the tourist crowd and maybe with a nice courtyard. We both love Japanese culture and the food. Price doesn't matter as long as the place is magical. Any suggestions. Thanks.
by Patrick (guest)  

Re: Quiet typical japanese restaurant Nagoya 2012/8/26 23:48
Horaiken (http://www.bento.com/rev/3849.html ), down near Atsuta Shrine, satisfies many of your criteria. They're a centuries-old eel specialist but they serve other types of food as well, and they have private rooms looking out onto traditional Japanese gardens.

If you're more interested in the food than in cliched ideas of typical Japanese atmosphere, you might consider Kitcho (http://www.bento.com/rev/3900.html ), a branch of Kyoto's most famous kaiseki restaurant. The service and atmosphere are quite sophisticated, but it's on the 41st floor of a high-rise building so it doesn't have a garden.
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Re: Quiet typical japanese restaurant Nagoya 2012/8/27 04:19
Thank you so much Umami. We will try those places. Sounds great.
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