Soba / Udon Spots in Fukushima Area

  • Ouchi-Juku Misawaya
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    4.0
    132 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 26-1
    Misawaya, where visitors can eat handmade takato soba (leek soba), is famous as the place where their grated daikon radish soba is eaten using leeks instead of chopsticks. Since Masayuki Hoshina (Matsudaira) became lord of Aizu Domain in 1643, grated daikon radish soba has been called takato soba. As well as takato soba, visitors can also have kozuyu (a local soup) and tempura manju, traditional dishes usually served on auspicious occasions and ceremonial gatherings in Aizu.

    I went here during winter and being able to eat good food while sitting under a warm kotatsu was wonderful. The environment is very cozy and the architecture is fascinating with many pieces of...

  • Restaurant La Neige
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    4.5
    39 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Yamaguninawashiromachi Shirominami 140-1
    This restaurant is located close to Inawashiro-machi Town Hall in Shirominami, Inawashiro-machi in Yama County. It looks like a Western-style restaurant on the outside but the most popular item on the menu is the hand-made juwari (100%) buckwheat soba noodles made with local buckwheat flour. It also serves basket noodles with vegetable tempura with a range of rice bowls such as katsu-with-sauce.

    此処で有名なのはざる蕎麦とヒレソースカツ丼。周囲のソースカツ丼は盛りがいいところが多いがここはちょうどいいサイズで少し上品な味付け。

  • Honke Tamaya
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    4.0
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 3
    A soba noodle restaurant located in Shimogo Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture. The restaurant operates out of an atmospheric old Japanese building over 400 years old with tatami mat seating, and diners here can enjoy negi soba (wedding soba), a local specialty dish in the Ouchi-juku area. The restaurant's soba noodles are made with Aizu-grown buckwheat, and people love their firm, chewy texture. The vegetables in the restaurant uses are also locally-grown. The restaurant's black rice kintsuba flour dough sweet bean cakes are also popular.

    I highly recommend these local restaurant is very delicious and is still run by family from generation to generation and the decoration in the house or in the restaurant is very traditional Japanese...

  • Kamishiroya
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    4.5
    17 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Joutoumachi 1-50
    A soba restaurant located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. In addition to soba noodles made with Yamato-grown buckwheat, the restaurant also serves tempura made with seasonal mountain vegetables and set meals made with Yamato-grown Koshihikari rice. The restaurant's soba noodles are notable for their texture and moderate firmness. The restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere and its raised tatami mat seating area can be used for dinner parties and banquets.

    仕事で会津に滞在中、昼食に行きました。 場所は鶴ヶ城公園の北東、県立博物館に隣接しています。郡山からのバスも近くに停車、官庁街も近いので店内には観光客のほかビジネスマンまでいました。 天ざるを注文している方が多かったですが、私はとろろざるを注文しました。蕎麦は白い蕎麦でした。蕎麦湯もつけてくれ、おいしかったです。

  • Ajidokoro Minatoya
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    3.5
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 34
    This local cuisine restaurant is located in Ouchi-juku, roughly 15 minutes by car from Yunokami-Onsen Station. The building still has its straw thatched roof, for an olden times sensation you can feel in your skin. They are careful to use 100% specially grown soba for their juwari soba. “Ten zarusoba” with freshly made soba and homemade vegetable tempura is popular. Also, you can purchase “shingoro” —local dish of Minami Aizu—in front too. The half-polished rice is stuck on a skewer, coated with 10-year miso and then cooked on a charcoal grill—perfect food for walking and eating.

    It was warm reception with a delicious meals, good service in a lovely japanese style place. I recommend to visitor of Oochijuku to try the restaurant and enjoy the variety of Japanese food

  • Kiriya Gongentei
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    3.5
    17 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Uwamachi 2-34
    A restaurant which has stood in the commercial district not far from Aizuwakamatsu Castle since 1971. The restaurant’s vaunted soba noodles are a select gem made with Aizu gen-soba buckwheat ground in the restaurant’s own factory. The restaurant’s yumemi soba noodles, served simply in just a bowl of the miraculous waters of Mt. Iide, are so delicious, diners are encouraged to start with an order of them. Kiriya Gongentei is also notable for its barrier free efforts, and in spite of its old fashioned Japanese home exterior, any differences in levels between rooms have been removed and there is an elevator which can accommodate wheelchairs providing access to the second floor.

    Very delicious SOBA and Local dishes of Aizu. Tempras which using local vegetables are very good. Tenzaru gongen is the most marvelous menu. It is the set menu of the highest SOBA which is called...

  • Tokuichi
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Aiduwakamatsushi Higashisengoku 1-5-17
    An udon and soba noodle restaurant located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. Here you can enjoy fresh made, fresh cooked udon noodles and handmade soba noodles created with stone-milled buckwheat grown in the Aizu area. The restaurant's tempura, made with seasonal and local ingredients, is also popular. The restaurant is a favorite of both locals and tourists alike.

    Soba noodles are my favorite. Their decent hand made noodle is delicious. Some local specialties are also available.

  • Yamagataya
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 43
    A soba restaurant located in Shimogo Town, Minamiaizu County, Fukushima Prefecture. Here you can enjoy handmade soba noodles made with locally-grown buckwheat. The restaurant's decor is traditionally Japanese. The restaurant serves negi soba, a local specialty from the Ouchi-juku area, and seasonal dishes like mountain vegetable cuisine, char and other fish dishes, and horsemeat.

    そばを注文すると箸代わりにネギが1本出てきます。しかし食べにくいので箸も出てきます。ネギは薬味代わりにかじりながらおいしくいただきました。昼食としてゆっくり食べることができました。

  • Ohori Main Restaurant
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Prefecture Inawashiro-machi Wakamiya Shigehito 624
    A soba noodle restaurant located in Inawashiro Town, Yama County, Fukushima Prefecture. Here you can enjoy handmade soba noodles created with homegrown buckwheat enwrapped in the old fashioned atmosphere of a remodeled old Japanese home. The Tenmori-soba, which comes with seasonal mountain vegetable tempura, is particularly popular. You can also buy buckwheat and wheat flour at the front of the restaurant.

    ここでしか食べられない透明なお蕎麦が楽しめます。コリっとした食感がとても喉越し良いです。猪苗代のお蕎麦やさん、何店か試したけど、ここでしか食べられないお蕎麦を求めてるここにしてます。 天ぷらは日によって出来具合が違います。きょうはちゃんと出来てました。回転して直ぐとか、混雑時は油の温度が、下がってしまうのかな?今日は1時過ぎで店内も空いていて、よかったです。 天もりで1580円かな、たぶん。昨...

  • Kintaro Soba Yamamotoya
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Minamiaidugunshimogoumachi Ouchi Yamamoto 15
    A soba noodle restaurant located in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture. Operating out of an old Japanese home with a thatched roof, here you can enjoy soba noodles made with care according to a labor-intensive process. The restaurant's authentic, handmade soba noodles are created with a homemade flour stone milled from locally grown buckwheat. The restaurant also sells yaki-dango dumplings broiled at the front of the shop.

    宿のおかみさんに、どこのお蕎麦がおいしいか尋ねたところ教えていただいたのが、ここ山本屋さん。胡桃蕎麦が絶品だから食べて行ってと。ここだけで食べられるこのそばは本当に素晴らしい。聞いたところ、ネギ蕎麦はもともと他のところの食べ方が大内宿に渡ってきたとのことでした。(そういうわけで、この店にはネギ蕎麦はないのかな?)

  • Ryusenbo
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Koriyamashi Shimizudai 2-6-5
    Ryusenbo is a soba restaurant located in 2 Chome Shimizudai, Koriyama City. The restaurant offers freshly grounded, freshly kneaded, and freshly boiled soba noodles made with the finest homemade buckwheat flour grounded on a stone mill. As well as various soba dishes on offer either as an individual dish or as part of a course meal, such as sobagaki (buckwheat mash), sobayaki-miso (grilled buckwheat and miso), and sobasashi (thin slices of cooked soba), the restaurant also serves udon noodles made with domestic wheat.

    郡山駅からは徒歩で10分強かかる場所にあります。一軒家を改装して1階がお店に、2階は店主の自宅とのことです。 メニューは豊富で、蕎麦がメインながらうどんのメニューも多数ありました。訪れたのがランチ時の12時過ぎという事もあってか、オーダーしてから実際提供されるまで15分以上かかりました。 店内は古民家ぽくて、情緒があります。玄関で靴を脱ぐ必要があり、座敷と相席のテーブルが選べます。お蕎麦も香り...

  • Iwahashi Kan
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Pref. Yamaguninawashiromachi Mitsuwa Murasaki 65
    A soba noddle restaurant located in Inawashiro Town, Yama County, Fukushima Prefecture. Here you can enjoy a variety of soba dishes made with locally-grown buckwheat, such as the Iwahashi soba noodles topped with grilled miso and grated daikon. The restaurant also has a farm-fresh shop area where you can buy vegetables from local farmers. The restaurant's windows offer a view of scenic Mt. Bandai.

    久しぶりの訪問です。 いつも同じですが、 ソバとソースかつ丼のセット+天ぷらまんじゅうの黄金セットを食べました。 安定した美味しさで、今度は家族と来ようかと思ってます。

  • Shimizuya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Aizuwakamatsu-shi Kawahigashimachi Hachi Tazawa
    "This soba buckwheat noodle restaurant uses Kowashimizu, known as ""famous water from Aizu."" It is located about a five-minute-drive from Lake Inawashiro, and serves soba noodles using Kowashimizu (famous water from Aizu) that have been loved by locals since long ago. The soup base, a specialty of the restaurant with its rich broth, is a perfect match for the smooth soba noodles. Their stone-milled soba noodles made from local indigenous buckwheat have a rich flavor and are highly fragrant. Their ""manju no tempura,"" homemade deep-fried manju buns served with soy sauce, is a specialty that has been popular for over 100 years. There are also many tourists who come to buy souvenirs."
  • Mancho
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    Fukushima Kitakata-shi Yamatomachi Kiso 498-1
    This soba shop is in a town with beautiful scenery all year long. The shop is about a three-minute drive from Yamato Station, and makes their noodles with 50/50 mix of steel ground and stone ground whole grain soba flour. The matching of different ground flour offers a unique texture that makes this shop particularly popular. Their unique broth, made using the hongaeshi method of mixing and maturing soy sauce, mirin, and sugar, and making dashi broth, really brings out the aroma of the noodles. The broth strikes a perfect balance with top grade Rishiri kombu kelp, and thick-shaved two-year-aged bonito.
  • Oihara-An
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    Fukushima Nishishikarawa-gun Nishigomura
    This shop serves Shirakawa soba, considered one of Japan's four major styles along with Shinshu, Izumo, and Morioka. The shop grows its own buckwheat native to the Oihara district, a nature-embraced highland about 500 meters above sea level, which it then grinds itself for freshly grind, freshly making, and freshly boiling soba. The shop faces the Abukuma River, and is perfect for spending some quiet rural moments as you enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. They are popular for their focus on additive-free, aromatic soba with natural sweetness. Inside, they also sell their select soba flour and fresh soba noodle (by reservation), as well as buckwheat chaff pillows.
  • Kasen
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Onuma-gun Aizumisatomachi Fujiietate Ryoke 191
    A soba restaurant located behind the Ryoke Kannon Temple, the 25th temple of the Aizu 33 Kannon Temples. Located in a renovated kominka (old house) with high ceilings they serve soba noodles made with stone milled buckwheat using power of a water wheel. They serve 100% pure buckwheat soba noodles that are freshly ground, freshly made, and freshly boiled showing off the true green color of the soba. They only make as many noodles as was flour ground that morning and their soba isn't boiled until your order is placed. The slow speed of the water wheel prevents the buckwheat from heating allowing it to retain its natural fragrance. You can enjoy the fresh flavor of their recommended zaru soba with their three different original dipping sauces.
  • Yorozuya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Shimogomachi Ouchi Yamamoto 32
    Located within the Ouchi-Juku, Minamiaizu, Fukushima Prefecture flourished during the Edo period as a post town on an important road connecting Aizuwakamatsu City and Nikko Imaichi City. The thatched houses lining the main road still retain the same appearance they held during the Edo period, and in 1981 the area was designated as a National Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings. This shop in the former post town offers traditional folk crafts and handmade soba. Popular items include their healthy wild vine and pomegranate juices as well as wild vine soft serve ice-cream, bettara- mochi dumplings, and more.
  • Yamatoya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Shimogomachi Ouchi Yamamoto 6
    Here in the Ouchi-Juku, a former half-farm post town on the Aizu-Nishi Highway in Edo period, which still features the thatched roof houses lining the street as it did in the olden days, you'll feel like you've fallen back in time to the Edo period. Located in the nostalgic townscape, Yamatoya is a soba restaurant famous for their Negi-Soba served with an entire stalk of green onion which you use to eat soba. If you wish they can also explain the origin and history of Negi-Soba.
  • Hachijurian
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Tadamimachi Kanozu Iri Kanozu 30
    A soba noodle restaurant surrounded by abundant nature delivering the simple warmth of the four seasons as hometown flavor. They serve carefully handmade cuisine limiting themselves to using just locally procured ingredients and materials. Their menu options include 100% stone ground buckwheat soba noodles, buckwheat roasted rice cakes, traditional soba hatto, and more.
  • Sobadokoro Magariya
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    Fukushima Minamiaizu-gun Minamiaizumachi Maezawa 831
    This soba restaurant is located at the entrance to the Maezawa Magariya Village. The restaurant uses buckwheat flour produced by Aizu Kogen Tateiwa Nosan, its operating company. Everything from growing, drying, blending, and stone grinding the buckwheat to making the soba noodles is done in-house. The sauces the soba is served with are made by hand as well. Their namasoba (fresh soba noodles) made with 100% buckwheat flour is popular for its springiness and great throat feel. The restaurant only operates during the period that the Maezawa Magariya Village is open to visitors.

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