Taspa de Shyangrira is a pasta-centered restaurant located in the same building as the Hida Furukawa Festival Exhibition Hall. The restaurant’s spacious, bright interior and light-colored design create cheerful vibes for lunch or dinner time. Although pasta is not traditional to the area, the shop infuses the flavors of Hida into its dishes by prioritizing freshness with seasonal and locally-sourced produce.
A popular lunchtime choice among guests is the daily pasta dish. This affordable meal is crafted with seasonal vegetables and ingredients and is paired with salad, bread, and a drink. Another go to option is the tomato sauce-based pasta with seafood, which combines Unehata-grown tomatoes, local Hida vegetables, homemade pasta, and shrimp and scallops to create a fresh dish bursting with flavor.
For guests not craving pasta, the restaurant also offers meals such as a venison steak course and venison curry. With its unique menu of fusion dishes and Hida-focused ingredients, Taspa de Shyangrira is a refreshing spot for travellers to sample while exploring Furukawa.
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