Our guest house is located near a business district, so many nearby restaurants offer lunchtime specials at competitive prices.
A variety of restaurants serving sushi, Korean barbecue, soba noodles, Japanese bar food, Western-style and Chinese food are all accessible by foot.
Shops serving deep batter-fried tempura and ramen noodles, local Shinagawa specialties, are also a short walk away.
Shinagawa flourished as a post town on the Tokaido Trail from Tokyo to Kyoto in the 17th century Edo period. Shinagawa is rich with history; as you stroll through the town you can enjoy its numerous temples and shrines. Even as it has evolved into a business district, if you walk a bit past the buildings you can enjoy a smaller town with a friendly old-time atmosphere.
We particularly recommend visiting Buddhist temples. From them you can see skyscrapers above, downtown buildings below: a simultaneous sampling of retro and modern Tokyo.
|January||New Year’s Day
(You can see 20 year-old women wearing traditional Kimono)
|February||Setsubun bean-throwing festival at Shinagawa Shrine|
|April||Shinagawa Canal Festival|
|June||Northern Tennohsai Festival|
|August||Travel Beer Garden|
|September||Shinagawa Post-Town Festival|
|October||Oeshiki (Buddhist mass)|
|December||Christmas Live Concert|
June : Tennohsai Festival
August : Travel Beer Garden
September : Post-Town Festival