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Uichiro: Kamo Nanban, Soba Kanten Jelly — CLOSED

Uichiro: Kamo Nanban, Soba Kanten Jelly — CLOSED
Sadly, Uichiro has closed. Uichiro: Kamo Nanban, Kisetsu-no-gozen, Soba Kanten Jelly (宇一朗 へぎそば・越前そば) Uichiro - Hegi-soba Echizen-soba teaser Paku and I were invited to Uichiro, an elegant handmade soba and udon restaurant yesterday by one of Paku’s foodie friends. Uichiro is in a beautiful old machiya (traditional Kyoto house), has excellent food, great atmosphere and very friendly service. I had kamo nanban (鴨南蛮そば), which is…

Tsunamichi: Country Style Teuchi (Handmade) Soba and Udon in Kyoto

Tsunamichi: Country Style Teuchi (Handmade) Soba and Udon in Kyoto
Tsunamichi: Country Style Teuchi (Handmade) Soba and Udon in Kyoto (綱道: 手打ちそば、手打ちうどん、うんどん) Tsunamichi: Country Style Teuchi (Handmade) Soba and Udon in Kyoto The island of Shikoku is Udon country. And 27 years ago, a man from Shikoku quit his job as a salary man and started Tsunamichi with the intent of making the best damn handmade noodles in Kyoto.…

Owariya — 540 Year Old Soba Restaurant

Owariya — 540 Year Old Soba Restaurant
Owariya — 540 Year Old Soba Restaurant 本家尾張屋 Owariya — 540 Year Old Soba Restaurant 本家尾張屋 Owariya, a purveyor to the Imperial Household, has a history that goes back over five hundred and forty years. It is the oldest noodle shop in Kyoto. Over the centuries, Owariya has served emperors and shoguns as well as the monks of many of the temples of Kyoto. Owariya is very popular…
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