The Kouyouen was established in 1931. Attractions include the jingisukan (mutton dish) made of lamb chops (directly imported from New Zealand), a beer garden with a beautiful waterfall, and a brewery of local alcohol for you to enjoy. Sukiyaki, shabu-shabu, and other dishes cooked using the best ingredients with the professional skills of the chef, goes well with the original local beer (craft beer). Kouyouen is a theme park of great food you can enjoy right in the middle of the city.
2-24-10 Chikusa, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 464-0858
Sakuradōri-line, Fukiage Station (吹上駅). 10 minute walk from exit 6.
Tsurumai-line, Tsurumai Station (鶴舞駅). 13 minute walk from the station.
Higashiyama-line, Chikusa Station (千種駅). 13 minute walk from the station.
Chūō-line, Tsurumai Station (鶴舞駅). 13 minute walk from the station.
Chūō-line, Chikusa Station (千種駅). 13 minute walk from the station.
Shuttle bus in operation from JR, Subway, Tsurumai Station (鶴舞駅)
15 minute ride from Nagoya IC, via Nagoya Expressway.
20 minute ride from Komaki IC, via Nagoya Expressway.
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Speciality, "Jingisukan" (Mongolian style BBQ)
A lamb chop dish from Hokkaido. Lamp chop is becoming popular as a healthy (fat-reduced) meat. The thick meat is seasoned with a secret sauce unique to Kouyouen.
Local beer made inside the restaurant
We serve a variety of original local beer (craft beer), made possibile by building a brewery right next to the restaurant.
The gogouan serves a variety of washoku (Japanese cuisine), including "sukiyaki", one of the best ways to enjoy beef.
Summer-only beer garden
"Kouyouen Beer Garden" is one of those things that defines Summer. Please enjoy the beer, and the open view of the rich greenery at the "nature's green beer garden".
"Nagoyameshi", Nagoya's soul food
Nagoya's food culture, known as 'Nagoyameshi', is now available all over Japan. And now, it is time for Kouyouen to make itself known to the world!
Tsurumai Beer Garden in the season of cherry blossoms
The Japanese people love the Sakura (Japanese cherry blossoms). The culture of hanami (viewing the sakura) is said to have started from back in the Heian period (from 794 AD). Why not enjoy the sakura at Tsurumai Park, with a beer in your hand?