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Antenna shop of Miyazaki Prefecture ‘Shinjuku Miyazaki kan KONNE’

It is an antenna shop of Miyazaki Prefecture located inside the Southern Terrace of Shinjuku South exit.

“Shinjuku Miyazaki kan KONNE” renewed as a gateway of Japanese Hinata, where you can experience Miyazaki while being in Tokyo.
Once you enter the entrance, a bronze statue of comedian duo from the Miyazaki Prefecture “とろサーモン (Toro Samon)”, which was made in commemoration of the opening, will welcome you.

On the first floor, there are lots of Miyazaki special goods such as food, authentic Shochu (liquor), charcoal grilled chicken, folkcraft and much more.




At the take-out corner, you can buy smoothies and soft creams using Miyazaki prefecture ingredients, supervised by Hiroyuki Emori, the owner of the patisserie “Maison Givrée” who has won numerous awards in overseas contests. Every item will cost you 500 yen.

On the second floor, there is an authentic Japanese restaurant “くわんね Quwanne”, where you can enjoy the taste of Miyazaki at a reasonable price. For day time, there is a lunch menu and for dinner there are a course dishes.


Shop Name Shinjuku Miyazaki kan KONNE
Address Inside Shinjuku Southern Terrace, 2-2-1 Yoyogi, Shinbuya-ku, Tokyo
TEL 03-5333-7764
Business Hour 10:00 – 20:00
Closed None

NOTE: Shops information such as price, cuisine contents, opening hours, closing time or additional details may be subject to change, so please be sure to check the latest information directly at the shop.

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