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Nagoya, hidden away down an escalator in a passage next to Anděl’s Hotel, is one of the few truly authentic Japanese restaurants in Prague. It has crisp, minimalist décor, with paper screens, globe lampshades and bamboo plants; most of the seating is at ordinary tables, but there are also some low tables with tatami mats if you want to take off your shoes and get the genuine Japanese dining experience. The menu ticks all the usual boxes – sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, yakitori, tempura and miso soup – but also includes sakana, small savoury snacks a bit like Japanese tapas, which are great if you want to try a range of flavours.