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Koga Description

Located in Aichi, Japan, Koga is a Chinese seafood restaurant that stands out for its use of seasonal ingredients and its delectable dishes. The restaurant offers a variety of courses, but their dinner course is highly recommended. Sit at the popular open kitchen counter seats and witness the skilled chefs prepare freshly made Chinese cuisine right before your eyes.

Koga takes pride in their seafood-focused menu, which showcases the finest ingredients of the season. Indulge in dishes such as simmered anglerfish, chili sauce made with natural shrimp from Mikawa, and stir-fried hairy crab with black bean sauce. The restaurant's commitment to using fresh and high-quality ingredients ensures that every bite is bursting with flavor.

The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Whether you choose to sit at the counter or at one of the table seats, you'll be able to enjoy your meal in a comfortable setting. Koga also offers a selection of beers, including both draft and bottled options, as well as authentic Shaoxing wine. With its focus on seasonal ingredients, skilled chefs, and inviting ambiance, Koga is a must-visit for seafood lovers and those seeking a memorable dining experience in Aichi.

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Koga Overview


2-chōme-11-15 Nagono, Nishi Ward, Aichi 451-0042


+81 (0) 52-586-8556


8 minute walk from Nagoya Station.
7 minute walk from Kokusai Center Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List


Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Koga Reviews

Koga Google Average Rating



Visited for the first time with the guidance of a friend who lives in Nagoya.
I had a nine-course dinner course chosen by a friend.
The white exterior and interior design are not typical of a Chinese restaurant, but the food is stylish and has a menu that focuses on seafood.
First of all, you will be stunned by the sight of raw sea urchin and raw squid sitting on the top batter plate.
Each dish that was served one after another, full of the owner chef's ideas, was truly delicious, and even the almond tofu dessert was a surprise.
I am grateful to my acquaintance who introduced me to unique and unique Chinese cuisine.


A Chinese restaurant that looks like a cafe♪

On this day, I visited Huanghe, a Chinese seafood restaurant located near the Endonji shopping street.

I go to this store almost every week, but I always ignored it because of its appearance.😅

I was looking at Tabelog the other day and found that it was selected as one of the top 100 Chinese restaurants😳

Sorry for judging based on appearance 🙇‍♂️

That's why I visited for the first time, and the inside of the store was set up like a cafe, and it was small with 4 seats at the counter and 3 tables.

There are 3 types of lunch menus, each priced at 900 yen, which is wallet-friendly☺

There seems to be a course menu starting from 3300 yen, but this time I ordered the Sichuan tantanmen set from the lunch menu 🙋‍♂️

The rice bowl arrived within 5 minutes of ordering🤗😳

The noodles are thin and straight, the soup is a little sweet, and the spiciness is modest, making it a delicious dandan noodle😋

I would like to try the course next time 😋

Thank you for the meal♪


It's been a long time since I last had Chinese food! !
Don't you suddenly want to eat Chinese food?
Well, maybe it's just me...
I want to eat Chinese food! When I said this to my husband, he said it was good since it's been a while since we had Chinese food, so he made a reservation at this restaurant (*´-`)

The store is within walking distance from Meieki Station and the International Center.
It takes less than 10 minutes no matter which way you go.

The exterior is all white and has a cute atmosphere♪
Is it a cafe at first glance? It has a stylish look that makes you think.

When I entered the store, there was a normal space with tables and chairs.
It wasn't as stylish as I imagined from the outside (lol).

It is a dish that can be described as gentle Chinese cuisine.
It's not too spicy, the flavor is strong enough that you don't want it anymore, and it's not oily and heavy on your stomach, but it's authentically Chinese and very delicious.
Of course the seasoning is good, but I think the ingredients are even better. It was the right choice for the course!
I was able to enjoy various dishes to my heart's content*\(^o^)/*

Since the omakase course at night is quite popular, I thought it might be a good idea to try the omakase course at lunch first. I thought so!

The inside of the store is compact and there aren't many seats, so depending on the day of the week, it might be fully booked (´-`).。oO

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