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Shikyoan Kogetsu

Shikyoan Kogetsu Description

Shikyoan Kogetsu is a hidden gem located in the northern part of Nagoya, Aichi. This charming restaurant specializes in soba and tempura, offering a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

As you step into Shikyoan Kogetsu, you'll be greeted by a serene and traditional Japanese atmosphere. The interior is beautifully decorated with wooden furnishings and delicate artwork, creating a cozy and inviting ambiance.

The menu at Shikyoan Kogetsu showcases the mastery of Japanese culinary techniques. Their soba noodles are handmade with precision and care, resulting in a delightful texture that perfectly complements the flavorful broth. The tempura dishes are a true highlight, featuring a variety of fresh ingredients delicately coated in a light and crispy batter. From succulent shrimp to seasonal vegetables, each bite is a burst of flavor and texture.

What truly distinguishes Shikyoan Kogetsu is their commitment to using high-quality ingredients sourced from local suppliers. This dedication to freshness and authenticity shines through in every dish, making it a must-visit for soba and tempura enthusiasts. Whether you're looking for a satisfying lunch or a memorable dinner, Shikyoan Kogetsu is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Shikyoan Kogetsu Overview


3-chōme-110 Hikiyama, Meito Ward, Aichi 465-0002


+81 (0) 52-771-6482


3 minute walk east from Hikiyama bus stop.
16 minutes walk from Omori Kinjo Gakuin-mae Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:30PM
Mon: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Sat: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:30PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features



Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Shikyoan Kogetsu Reviews

Shikyoan Kogetsu Google Average Rating



Akatsuki where you can eat 100 percent soba.
4th visit around March.
I had the soba oysters, dashimaki omelet, and tempura platter that I always order at a soba restaurant.
The soba oysters have a strong soba flavor and are chewy.
The tempura is also crispy. Is it because the production area of ​​soba changes for soba? The flavor varies depending on the time of year, and the taste is consistent.
If you go a little later in the evening, you won't have to wait, but if you go during lunch, it will be crowded and the wait will be longer.
We recommend that you visit at a slightly different time.


It is located on the outskirts of Meito Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. It's always full at noon, but on this day it was empty so I went in. I ordered the recommended lunch menu, Seiro soba and small tempura bowl. Since it's called 100 percent soba, I thought it would have a chewy texture, but it turned out to be a firm and firm soba. The soba soup is a little spicy, so first take a bite with salt. 😑Hmm, I don't really feel the flavor. After all, I'm a bit of a douchebag... Tempura has a moist batter. It was delicious, so I ordered another bamboo steamer! I'm full🤗. I was surprised when the sobayu came out at the end and it was so creamy.


The recommended soba sanmai set is a set of three types of soba, soba tofu, and tempura. Order the bamboo steamer soba, hand-ground soba, and seasonal soba.

Seiro soba noodles are thin, while hand-ground soba noodles are a little thicker. Both noodles are coarsely ground, you can see the lumps inside the noodles, and the length is short. Eating it with salt brings out the flavor of the soba. Seasonal soba is warm soba with conger conger.

Tempura includes shrimp, kisses, paprika, asparagus, pumpkin, and eggplant. Crispy and delicious. Soba tofu is sticky and smooth.
The final soba soup is rich.

There are also plenty of drinks and a la carte dishes.
The bamboo steamer soba is Kaori Miyazaki Wase from Kawaminami Town, Miyazaki Prefecture. The hand-ground soba is Hitachi Aki Soba from Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture.

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