Shinagawa Restaurant Guide

Shinagawa-Ward, Tokyo-Prefecture.There is a theory that the district's name originated from the alternative name for the Meguro River, which runs between North Shinagawa and South Shinagawa.Because of the 2003 opening of the Shinkansen lines through Shinagawa station, the area around the station went through major redevelopment.Around Takanawa entrance, west of the station, there are many large scale city hotels such as Shinagawa Prince Hotel.The eastern bank of the south harbor entrance has been redeveloped on a grand scale, and in 1998 Shinagawa InterCity was built there, followed by Shinagawa Grand Commons in 2004.There are numerous head offices and hotels within the premises, as well as restaurants, and the modern buildings combine with green spaces gives the area an open atmosphere.Eastern Shinagawa boasts the reclaimed seaside "Tennozu Isle" on the as well as the massive shopping center "Shinagawa Seaside Forest". In addition, Shinagawa Municipal Park has Shinagawa Aquarium, and as Tokyo's coastal urban center is home to institutions like the Maritime Museum, as well as a number of temples and shrine, including Shinagawa shrine.Said to have been Japan's first brewery, "Shinagawaken Beer" has been re-introduced in the 21st century. This is where most visitors come and go.

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Buckwheat noodles with tempura

Buckwheat noodles with tempura

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Other fish dishes

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