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Published on 06.07.2016
Miyazaki antenna shop is located just outside the south exit of Shinjuku station. Since this is rich fruit –growing region, one can easily pick some delicious fruit in this shoop. Antenna Shops in Tokyo are the best place to explore regional foods like Astisan sake, shochu (distlled spirit), miso pickles, sweets, crackers, seafood and meat products.
Miyazaki prefecture antenna shop is near Shinjuku station. The shops are right next to each other. Antenna shops also carry tourist brochures to help tourist travel certain prefecture. This store has restaurant which serve cold soup, Shirasu bowl, fried chicken with vinegar and tartar sauce.
Miyazaki people like alcohol, this shop assort a lot of alcohol like shochu, Sake, best with charcoal grilling chicken. Bottled Sake is sold in the second floor. They assort many kinds of them like seasonal one and limited one.
The shop holds numerous events and food fairs during the year. It is fun shopping spot where one can buy special products from all over Japan. It is a place where tourist often visits. These shops display and sell local items that are generally unavailable in metropolitan supermarkets, and some include eat-in facilities. They also offer publicity centers, offering information about the sponsoring region for potential visitors and can serve as meeting place for natives of the region living in the big city.
Since antenna shops bring regional flavors to big cities, it has been growing in numbers in Japan and spreading overseas. Find out more!
Venue Name: Shinjuku Miyazakikan KONNE
Address: Shinjuku Sazanteras, 2-2-1, Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Access: 1 min walk from Shinjuku station
Opening Hours: 10:30~21:00 (Open all week)