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  • MIYA KISHIMEN Jinguten

Orthodox kishimen that offers hospitality to visitors of Atsuta Shrine

As it is located on the grounds of the Atsuta Shrine, this restaurant has filled the stomachs of many visitors. The noodles are rather thick and have a chewy texture. The toppings of aburaage, spinach, kamaboko, shiitake, and katsuobushi are a classic combination for kishimen.

FOOD OVERVIEW

Location : 〒456-8585
Atsutajingu, 1-1-1, Jingu, Atsuta-ku Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Fee : Miya kishimen 650 yen, Small serving of Miya kishimen 500 yen, Osumashi kishimen 650 yen, Tororo kishimen 750 yen, Tempura kishimen 900 yen
Opening
days / hours
: 9:00 to 16:30
(Closes at 17:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
Parking : On the grounds of Atsuta Shrine
Holidays : Open every day
Phone
number
: 052-682-6340

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From the Meitetsu Nagoya Station, exit at the Meitetsu Jingu-Mae Station. About 3 minutes by foot
    About 3 minutes by foot from the Jingu-Nishi subway station.

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