Grilled eel or ‘unagi’ is popular across Japan, but visitors to Nagoya must try the local delicacy Hitsumabushi, which is served in a distinctive style. Grilled eel is first divided into four portions, and the first portion is enjoyed as it is. The second is served with toppings, such as wasabi or dried nori. The third is served with green tea or broth poured over it, and finally you can eat the fourth however you like! Hitsumibashi is said to have originated during the Meiji Era, so be sure to try this timeless and delicious classic.