Celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving in Nagoya

  • By C.O.A. Crew
  • 01 Oct, 2014

Seasonal Canadian turkey dinner with all the fixin's!

Join us at Coat of Arms for Canadian Thanksgiving dinner!

Canadian Thanksgiving falls on the second Monday in October. 
This holiday always coincides with Sports Day in Japan, making it a long weekend, so it's easy to remember for all the Canadians over here.

Whether you're Canadian or not, stop on by for a sumptuous roast turkey dinner with all the trimmin's. A dinner that would do your mother proud!

Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner

The menu may change slightly from year to year, but typically will feature:

  • Sliced Turkey with Traditional Stuffing
  • Cranberry Sauce and Gravy
  • Candied Yams and Carrots
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • String Beans (or other veggies)

And it wouldn't be Thanksgiving without dessert! You'll always find pumpkin pie and/or other holiday dessert favourites.

Check the events schedules or specials for this year's dates and offers to help you celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving here in Nagoya.

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