Shinagawa (品川区, Shinagawa-ku) is a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. The wards refers to itself as Shinagawa City in English. The ward is home to ten embassies.
Restaurants in Shinagawa
4 based on 359 reviews
Its a most entertaining place ,if you want to visit with your kinds.There are many shows which are scheduled for a day!!! I watched Dolphin , Sea lion and seal show ...Dolphin show was my favorite. Indeed , its a one time visit place where you can easily spend 4-5 hours. The garden outside aquarium is also scenic and picturesque.
4 based on 117 reviews
A small park not far from the Palm street shopping mall. People come here to relax. People are running, doing Tai Chi, walking their dogs or just sitting on the bench feeding pigeons .A great place to get away from the city life.
4 based on 79 reviews
Race dates : More than 10 races are held from around 2PM until 9PM, Monday through Friday, for a week or two per month. Please check the race calendar before you plan your visit. Access ; From Tokyo Station, 20 min. by train to Oimachi and take free shuttle, or transfer to Tokyo Monorail at Hamamatsucho Station. From Haneda Airport, direct access in 15 min. by monorail. Budgets; Entrance fee 100 yen. Single bet from 100 yen. Drinks and snacks are from several 100 yens.
Enjoyable night out with quite a bit of excitement about the crowd, which was sizable as the evening wore on with many coming after work. This was helped by the fact that entry was only JPY100. Food and drink was all reasonably priced with a wide choice available. Overall, facilities were excellent, new and well considered. A nice evening out!
4 based on 148 reviews
i walked past the shrine and this was very quiet inside. Its a nice space but mainly for the locals as you can see many Japanese here. nice architecture and you should respect others and be very quiet when walking around here
3.5 based on 141 reviews
Looking from afar, or from the passing Monorail (which stops here) you might not think there's much reason to go. But there's a really good brewery- restaurant, several good restaurants (including a pizzeria with almost- as- good- as- Napoli pizza), nice walks along the canal and across the bridge, a ball field which is often used by kids and families, great people- watching. There is a nice hotel nearby as well, and in addition to the overhead Monorail to Haneda Airport or Hamamatsuchou, there's an underground railway one stop away from Odaiba. It's kind of dead on weekends but otherwise it's buzzing.
4 based on 81 reviews
If you are looking for an authentic Japanese everyday shopping experience away from tourists area, you should visit Musashikoyama shopping district. In the Train Station building, you'll find amazing grocery store that has fresh food, including sushi, sashimi, different kinds of fish, pre-cooked dishes, and so many other awesome foods and daily items. From the store, go walk around the terminal and enter Musashikoyama Shopping district with roof for any weather conditions. The usual Starbacks, McDonald's to authentic, Japanese restaurants like, suishi, ramen, tonkatsu, soba and more. Japanese tea store , 100yen store, pet shop, book store, pachinko, clothing, and many more. Always lots of people, but that makes it also exciting. Great for family, friends or by yourself. Make it a day trip by visiting Rinshinomori park for nice walk and Soba Kappo Kurata for authentic Japanese food.
4 based on 101 reviews
I'm no art expert, but I was more than impressed by the exhibits at this charming little museum. As the previous reviewers have mentioned, the space in this former residence has been very well utilised -it's got just the right amount of art, at the right spots. I especially enjoyed having a leisurely afternoon tea in the sculpture garden, alone with my thoughts on the highly introspective exhibits (especially the meditation one!). Overall a pleasant way to spend the afternoon.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Along the Meguro River, trees burn bright blue and pink for the Illumination festivities. Crafted to turn the drab winter scenery into a dreamscape that delights the imagination and charms the senses, thousands of LED lights are used to brighten the river walk during the Meguro Illumination. Most impressive of all the displays is the "Sakura Namiki" Illumination, which singularly utilizes nearly 160,000 LEDs to recreate the springtime burst of delicate magenta cherry blossoms. Also unmissable is the "Kodomotachi no Yume Tree", or Children's Dream Tree, constructed from recycled bottles and lit by the green energy created by passing foot traffic.
4 based on 69 reviews
Quick break here, enjoy the view of Tokyo Bay, long Bridges, and city view. Grounds were clean and can recharge for another during the trip to the place in Tokyo.
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