Reservation for Shabu-shabu Sakuyajima Marunouchi in Aichi

updated: May 01th, 2024

Enjoy delicious and refined Japanese cuisine at Sakuyajima in Naka-ku, Nagoya. Try our signature dishes such as Kanpachi Shabu-Shabu and Sesame Kanpachi. Don't miss the popular Seafood Marinated Rice Bowl and Katsu-don. Visit us for an unforgettable dining experience.

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    "Sakuyajima" is a restaurant located in Marunouchi, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
     The restaurant can be easily accessed by a 3-minute walk from Exit 4 of Marunouchi Station on the Nagoya Municipal Subway Sakura-dori Line or a 3-minute walk from Exit 2 of Marunouchi Station on the Nagoya Municipal Subway Tsurumi Line.
     The interior of the restaurant has a calm atmosphere and can accommodate up to 36 seats.
    At this restaurant, dishes such as "Kanpachi Shabu-Shabu", "Sesame Kanpachi", "Mentaiko Tororo Dashi Rolled Egg", and "Chicken Rice" are served.
     All of them are delicious and will make you feel happy when you eat them.
     The service is also exceptional! It is recommended for dates and anniversaries.
    In addition, for those who visit during lunchtime, the "Katsu-don" and "Seafood Marinated Rice Bowl" are popular.
     The "Katsu-don" has a slightly sweet seasoning, which is initially good, but some may find it a bit heavy.
     The "Seafood Marinated Rice Bowl" is garnished with luxurious ingredients such as ikura and salmon and the dipping sauce has a sweet flavor, which has been highly rated for its deliciousness.
     However, due to the lunchtime rush, it may take a little longer for the food to be served.
    The chefs pay attention to the ingredients and prepare them with care.
     In particular, the signature dishes such as "Kanpachi Shabu-Shabu" and "Sesame Kanpachi" showcase their skills.
     At this restaurant, you can enjoy refined and delicious dishes while embracing the Japanese atmosphere.


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