You can enjoy Kishimen from the old days within the precinct of Atsuta Jingu Shrine as a sacred place while surrounded by deep green forest.
|Address||1-1-1Jingu, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 456-8585
Atsuta Jingu Shrine, the birthplace of “Miya Kishimen”
Since old times, Atsuta Jingu Shrine has been the place of great religious significance as well as important point for traffic. Even now, many people still visit Atsuta Jingu Shrine to worship during New Year’s holidays, and drop by Miya Kishimen restaurant.
What is “Miya Kishimen” ?
“Miya Kishimen” is a brand name, and at the same time, the name as the traditional and the most popular Kishimen dish in our menu. The Miya Kishimen is topped with four ingredients including salty-sweet flavored deep-fried tofu with sprinkled dried bonito shavings.
Kishimen topped with tempura of vegetables and Japanese glass shrimp
Popular Kishimen topped with crispy tempura of vegetables and Japanese glass shrimp with light white soup
Kishimen topped with grated yam called “tororo” is good for over-throat feeling in contrast of stickiness of ground yam