”Miya kishimen” with a special connection to Atsuta Jingu, one of three Main Jingu Shrines in Japan, has been granted permission to exclusively serve “Kishimen” to visitors within the shrine’s precincts. Miya Kishimen has been making efforts to provide quality Kishimen prepared with highly selected ingredients and recipe while preserving the traditional style since its foundation in 1923. You can enjoy highly evaluated Miya Kishimen around Nagoya station or Sakae station besides the Atsuta Jingu.
”Kishimen” made by Miya Kishimen
Made of 100% wheat flour with chewy texture, the flat and wide noodle picks up the soup more easily, bringing out deep savoriness of soup stock.
”Red soup” for Miya Kishimen
“Red soup” is standard soup for Kishimen in Nagoya area with rich taste, blended with bonito stock and soy source.
”White soup” for Miya Kishimen
“White soup” using light-colored soy source is lighter than “Red soup” both in color and taste. It goes well with food with delicate texture and flavor, or fried food such as tempura.
Variously arranged dishes
Our menu lists variously arranged dishes which will differ according to the season and individual shop.