Tokoname is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
In May 2015 the city had an estimated population of 57.024 and a population density of 1020 persons per km². The total area was 55.89 square kilometres.
Things to do in Tokoname
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This restaurant is famous for its super fresh seafood (I heard it started out as a fish wholesaler). There were always long lines which discouraged me at lunchtimes previously but in the evening, the line was non-existent so in we went. It was a bit warm with the setting summer sun blasting in but we sat down and tried their sashimi and their famous giant fried shrimp. Very good sashimi but I was kind of disappointed in the shrimp. Yes, the two shrimp were big, fresh, perfectly fried, but the meat of large shrimps, like large lobsters seem to be less sweet. Not bad but not brilliant either. A pity.
4 based on 204 reviews
Yummy and crispy shrimp crackers from Ebisenbeinosato. Me and friend bought souvenirs there before flying.
4 based on 30 reviews
個室があるとのことで、利用しました。 お値段はやや高めで、量も上品ですが、お肉は柔らかく、 味付けのあるものも、とてもおいしかったです。 特に、タンとカルビは◎ 接客してくれたスタッフの方が、大変感じがよく、 気取らず、自然で、話しかけやすかったので、 焦がしてしまったカルビ、おかわりして焼いてもらいました。 ユッケジャンスープが、濃厚でちょうどいい辛さ、辛味で、 ソウルで食べたものよりも、おいしかったです。 Good BBQ Korean style but taste was better than ..... The price is expensive and quality is good enough. For westerners , postion would be not enought...... but I recommend to try this BBQ!
3.5 based on 113 reviews
In spite of its naming Taiwan Ramen, this noodle was born in Nagoya, Japan, which has been one of the most popular local foods in Nagoya.
This is the hottest Noodle I ever had in my life, like red-pepper spicy with kinda sweet minced pork, but I guarantee that you like it and come back again.
I do not mind their service but they serve me the noodle very fast..which I like it :)
I had it on Jan. 1st in 2015.
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Was very rested n refreshed whilst waiting for my flight out of Nagoya international airport at this lounge. Free entry via Priority pass issued by Citibank. Snacks and fresh brewed coffee made my day together with a pleasant and quiet environment. Was pleasantly surprised with the presence of a Suntory whiskey bottle of The Chita which I gladly helped myself to one glass on the rock. Staff were polite and pleasant. Beer is also available. Use it if you have free access.
4 based on 31 reviews
The restaurant is called Tonkatsu Wako. We tried the Rosukatsu Nabe set which was very tender and juicy. It comes on a hot plate with a runny egg cooked on top of the pork (similar to Katsudon) - the rice and soup is separate.
Opens at 10am.
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