Shingū is a city located in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on October 1, 1933.
As of October 1, 2016, the city has an estimated population of 28,749 and a population density of 110 persons per km². The total area is 255.43 km².
Things to do in Shingu
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I had three hours to wait before my train ride to Shinjuko Station, hopefully reaching my destination before midnight.
The owner or manager was warm hearted and took very good care of me., although we did not speak each other's language. I sat Japanese style, facing the entrance of the restaurant. I quickly, connected my WiFi charger and IPad on the wall outlet, then ordered my first dish, Sushi over rice served on a round canister. Japanese beer followed then cooked fish over rice, sushi style, and more beer. While I slowly ate my lunch and dinner, I searched the website, searching for places to visit in Shinjuko after midnight.
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4 based on 7 reviews
Lovely little local restaurant, we had the mihari (rice wrapped in mustard leaves, a local delicacy) to take out and carry with us on our train journey, they were tasty and fresh. The service was also prompt.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We prepared the material that commitment pulled from local ingredients Freshness preeminent of raw tuna, boast of dish dishes made with seafood, such as whales. Sushi to grips with Kiyoshi Makoto rice were tricks of sushi chef. Japanese food can taste tradition, the season, the taste of the new sense of seasonal ingredients of local unique. Please relish by all means.
My husband and I have been eating too many noodles on our trip to Japan, so we opted for sushi tonight.
We were seated in a tatami room with a short table, but there were also bar seats. Service was quick and polite. The fish was fresh, and the rice was well seasoned and tasty. I tried whale sushi for the first time! The agedashi tofu was good too.
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Great choice for dinner if you find yourself in Shingu. We ordered crab croquettes, an assortment of breaded skewers and a salad, and everything was very good, but we specially liked the crab croquettes, they were delicious. An appetizer was also served to us, simmered chicken drumette and tofu, also very good.
Staff was super friendly and the chef spoke some English. They had an English menu (but it seemed to us that some dishes weren't included). After dinner, the chef gave us some tourist leaflets and a couple of sightseeing tips, they were so nice!
The dinner costed around 5,200 yen, including a couple of beers. It compared very good with other izakaya we went in Japan when accounting the quality of the food.
5 based on 15 reviews
Warm and welcoming atmosphere with great food! We don’t speak Japanese but our hosts were incredibly accommodating despite this, and they very generously guided us through the menu choosing absolutely delicious selections for us to enjoy
We ate and enjoyed the tempura, sashimi, and yu-tofu.
Thank you for a great experience !
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