Hitsumabushi is a Japanese dish using a broiled eel. It’s also famous as local food from Nagoya-shi.
The one which put a feed of about for three servings of bowl in a small chest and gave the broiled eel carved in the top a ride. The whole is stirred and the first serving is eaten just as it is. I pour the second serving of condiments of chopped leek and laver over it and eat. I bet the third glass of green tea or soup stock and eat as boiled rice with tea.
Atsuta Houraiken is the restaurant in Nagoya-shi, Aichi. Foundation in 1873. It’s learned about as a long-established store in Hitsumabushi. I’m having 4 shop in Nagoya-shi.
Address: Godocho 503, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi (GoogleMap)