This friendly establishment, easily found because of its castlelike exterior, is actually two restaurants, one serving varied Japanese cuisine, and the other, to the right, serving sushi. As the sushi is delivered via a conveyor belt, choosing is no more difficult than reaching out for a passing plate, which is color-coded according to price. Set sushi meals are also available. The dining room to the left, decorated with bamboo-slatted screens for added privacy and Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired grillwork and stained glass, offers both a menu with photographs and a display case for meals that include tempura, noodles, fish, tonkatsu, and other fare. Seating here is at tables and chairs or on the floor at low tables with leg wells, some with nice city views. Both restaurants offer weekday set lunches for ¥900 ($7.50/£3.75) until 3pm. To find Kappa in the "city" that Nagoya Station has become, take an escalator to the second floor and then transfer to an elevator for the 12th floor.
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- tel: 052/541-7888
- 1-1-4 Meieki
- 12th floor, Towers Plaza Nagoya Station, Nakamura-ku
- Daily 11am-10:30pm (last order)
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