NIHONMONODiscovering Japan [Nihon] through authentic craftsmanship [Honmono]


Aichi is hot with high precipitation during the summer, but in the winter, there is little rainfall and cold seasonal winds called ”Ibuki-oroshi” blowing from the mountains in the northwest.
Atsumi Peninsula and Chita Peninsula face the ocean and are warm throughout the year due to the Black Current.

  • Chita Peninsula Shogetsu

    Situated on the hill of Chita Peninsula, allow yourself to melt into the ocean breeze at this Japanese style inn.
    80 Utsumi Maeyama, Minamichita-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi Prefecture
  • Hilton Nagoya

    High class hotel located on the main street of Nagoya, Hirokoji Fushimi.
    3-3 Sakae 1-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
  • Ten no Maru Bettei Kaze no Tani no Iori

    A relaxing, comfortable Japanese style inn with outdoor baths in every guest room.
    10 Aza Tobone, Oaza Ogi, Kota-cho, Nukata-gun, Aichi
  • Tonkatsu Asakura

    Delicious ”tonkatsu” carefully prepared in a restaurant with a comfortable atmosphere. * We do not take reservations or inquiries by phone. * Please note that we close for business as soon as we are sold out.
    Erupatio Takinomizu 1F, 1-809 Takinomizu, Midori-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture
  • Farmer Hisao Mitake

    Following his goal of growing ”vegetables that taste like fruit,” his motto is to ship only produce ”that are of 100% quality.”
    Tahara-shi, Aichi Prefecture
  • Misokatsu Yabaton Yaba-cho Honten

    Specialty dish with an exquisite balance between ”tonkatsu” and ”miso” sauce.
    3-6-18 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture
  • Daijuji

    The final location the Tokugawa lord escaped to during ”The Battle of Okehazama”. The resting place for the Tokugawa and Matsudaira families
    5-1 Aza Hiromoto, Kamoda-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi
  • Yamamotoya Honten Nagoya Interchange South Shop

    Nagoya’s piping hot specialty dish. ”Miso-nikomi-udon noodle” specialty shop
    3-6 Gokuraku, Meito-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Prefecture
  • Unafuji

    Savor Nagoya’s specialty dish ”hitsumabushi”, using only the very best blue eel.
    Presanto Shirogane 1F, 1-1-4 Shirogane, Showa-ku, Nagoya-shi