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History

In the olden days, there was a teahouse named “Yamatoya” along the street linking Nagoya with Kuwana. It had served green tea and sweets to travelers. In 1887, one of our ancestors, Sawataro, started running a Japanese restaurant there. Since he was very tall, people called him “Oo-sawa”, which means tall-sawa. That is why the restaurant was named Oosawaya. The current chief cook is his 5th generation descendant.

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Policy

We aim at offering the best dishes in Japan.
We proudly believe that you can enjoy the various kinds of traditional first-class Japanese foods.
Especially, dishes using fugu (blowfish) are admired the most by gourmets.
Menu

Osawaya

Osawaya Co., Ltd.
〒497-0003
685 Nishiyashiki, Akitake, Shippo-cho, Ama-shi, Aichi-ken Japan

Tel
052-444-2013
Fax
052-442-3527
Hours
Lunch 11:30a.m – 2:00p.m
Dinner 5:00p.m – 9:00p.m
Closed
Tuesday, Next day of Public holiday

By TAXI from Nagoya Station; Takes about 20 minutes,
costs about ¥3,000.
We honor all major credit cards.
VISA MasterCard, DCI, AE, DC, UFJ Card, UC, JCB etc…
A service charge of 5% of the meal price will be charged for private rooms.
Price is 10% tax included