Soba / Udon Spots in Shizuoka Area

  • Sobadokoro Taga
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    4.0
    80 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Kamitaga 798
    A soba restaurant in Atami City. Their noodles are directly purchased from contracted farms and kept at low temperatures, preserving the flavor and aroma of the soba they serve. They serve soba on traditional wicker trays, multi-tiered lunch boxes and tempura, and can accommodate banquet courses with advance reservation. Thick fried omelets are sold as souvenirs. One of the special features of the shop is its 200-year-old building.

    This is one of the best soba restaurants in the region of perhaps 50 miles radius. Sobagaki, ancient preparation to eat soba, is a great way to start a lunch. The next must be seiro. This is a...

  • Teuchi Juwari Sobadokoro Kyosen
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Totari 329-6
    Teuchi Juwari Sobadokoro Kyosen on Prefectural Highway No.351 in Totari, Ito City is a soba noodle restaurant. It offers Juwari (100% buckwheat) soba noodles made from thin noodles using 100% soba noodle flour (buckwheat flour) of various brands from selected producing regions (depending on the season). It also displays Mola, a handicraft from Central America created by the owner herself.

    Delicious !! The shrimp tempura was lovely . The soba was al dente which was quite different from what we were used to

  • Odo Tokko Soba
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    3.5
    23 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 765-6
    Odo Tokko Soba is a noodle shop located in Shuzenji in the town of Izu in Shizuoka Prefecture. This popular shop is decorated in pure Japanese style, as befits a restaurant located in a hot spring resort area. This is the place to come for some famous Tokko Soba, made with spring water from Shuzenji. Only two types of soba are available: Zaru Soba (chilled noodles served with a dipping sauce) and Kake Soba (noodles in hot broth), served with sides of simmered seasonal vegetables and steamed spinach. Zaru Soba is served with a stalk of pure Amagi-grown wasabi that goes down easily, and if any is left over, customers can take it home. The Kake Soba is served with locally grown shiitake mushrooms and wild plants.

    混みそうだったのでオープン直後に訪問 スムーズに入店できました! 生ワサビを擦って食べるスタイルのお店でとてもお勧め! 味も美味しく店員の接客もよく☆5で!!

  • Kyozanbo
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Susonoshi Suyama 1737
    A soba restaurant in Suyama, Susono City. The shop runs out of a restored classic house over 400 years old and uses Mt. Fuji spring water in their hand pulled soba noodles. You can enjoy their Two Flavors of Soba meal with both thin-pulled noodles served on a wicker tray and fat countryside style noodles or try their Three Flavors of Soba, which adds their Snow White Fuji soba.

    I loved the traditional setting of this place. The hospitality was also lovely since we arrived around 3pm for a late lunch, with a sleeping toddler. They quickly and smilingly let us in and got us...

  • Soba-dokoro Hashimoto
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Izunokuni-shi Nagaoka 150-4
    This venerable soba restaurant near Yurakkusu Park in Izu Nagaoka Onsen is located just next to the Bunjochi-mae bus stop on the Izuhakone Bus Nagaoka Onsenba Loop, about a 10-minute bus ride from Izu-Nagaoka Station on the Izuhakone Railway. The restaurant primarily uses stone-ground domestic buckwheat flour, giving their noodles flavor and resilience. Their specialty is kakiage tenzaru, which features soba noodles served on a bamboo strainer together with a tempura fritter. Their large, crispy fritters are well-known for their light taste. Another offering is their anago tenzaru, which features noodles served with a tempura of a whole conger eel. The restaurant exclusively uses eel caught in Tokyo Bay and steadfastly refuses to make the dish when eel of suitable quality is not available.

    順天堂病院に通院しています。通院時はいつも寄るようにしています。かき揚げ蕎麦ですが、かき揚げの具が大変美味しいですね。

  • RIKYUU-AN
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Ginzachou 10-21
    This chic soba noodle restaurant offers guests good times, regional cuisine made with the special products from Suruga Bay and Izu region, a carefully-curated selection of local sake. Naturally, each meal is finished off with a serving of soba noodles. In addition to local sake from Shizuoka breweries, each with their own distinct personalities, the restaurant also offers uncommon spirits like soba shochu. This distilled beverage made from buckwheat can be enjoyed served mixed with sobayu (water left over after boiling soba noodles) or dattan soba tea.

    熱海の人気店と聞き、訪問しました。立派なつくりと中はうす暗く落ち着いた雰囲気でお蕎麦をいただけます。 今回は金ゴマそばをうどんといっしょに頼みましたが、それぞれ1人前ずつが2枚盛となっていてボリュームタップリ。そばも美味しかったです。

  • Sobadokoro Daikan Yashiki
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    3.5
    19 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Izunokunishi Nirayamayamaki 142-1
    This soba noodle restaurant in Izunokuni City, Shizuoka Prefecture is famous for their Daikan soba, which is made with Mt. Fuji's famous spring water. Their diverse menu also includes items such as udon noodles, eel dishes, and tempura. The restaurant can also serve large groups. It offers a complete menu and a full array of other services just for large groups.

    伊豆旅行のついでに くまぽんのクーポン利用で事前に予約しました 場所柄通りすがりで入るお店では無いですので 事前に予約のお客さん大半のようです 予約時間前に到着しましたが 駐車場の状況からそれほど混んではいないようでしたが 準備の都合か予約時間までお土産スペースで待つ事に 案内されて別棟の飲食スペースに移動 それほど混雑してはいませんでしたが やはり準備の都合のようですね うなぎ御膳とステーキ御膳...

  • Tsukasaan
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Kamo-gun Minamiizucho Ishiki 447-1
    This soba restaurant is located about a five-minute walk from the Kichijo bus stop. It serves freshly-made juwari soba noodles made with exclusively with wholegrain domestic buckwheat flour ground fresh in-house. Cold soba dishes on offer include namako uchi (freshly-made soba noodles), seiro (soba noodles served on a bamboo steamer), and karami spicy daikon (soba noodles topped with grated spicy daikon radish). Hot soba offerings include kakesoba (soba noodles served in a hot broth), curry nanban (soba served topped with a curry sauce), and sansai kinoko (soba served in a hot wild plant and mushrooms broth). We recommend the kamojiru seiro, which features cold soba noodles served with a hot duck dipping sauce. Customers can order an extra-large serving or even a second serving of noodles. The restaurant also offers donburi (rice bowls), a la carte items, and other dishes.

    この辺りでは断トツのクオリティーのそばだとおもう。日本でもかもしれない。年越しそばは毎年こちらです。持ち帰りできます。

  • Izu Shimoda Port Musashi
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shimoda city Shizuoka prefecture 1-13-1
    This venerable udon and soba noodle restaurant founded in 1915 is located a three-minute walk from Izukyu Shimoda Station. It offers a diverse menu including items such as their handmade hoso-udon (thin udon noodles) and nabeyaki-udon (udon noodle hot pot), as well as their Amagi soba noodles, which come with an Izu wasabi root you can grate yourself. Guests can take their time to enjoy a meal in the restaurant's interior, which is styled like an old Japanese folk home. The restaurant is visited by many locals and tourists alike.

    伊豆急下田駅から目と鼻の先。横断歩道をひとつ渡ってま真っすぐ、徒歩1~2分のところにあります。古民家的な店内で先に飾られた白いのれんと大きな狸の置物が目印です。テーブル 18席、座敷 28席でゆっくり出来ます。メニューの天城山の本わさびがついた天城そば、天ざる、鍋焼きなどを注文でした。おいしかったです。

  • Asahiya
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Izunokuni-shi Kona 24-2
    This soba restaurant is located about a five-minute drive from Izu-Nagaoka Station on the Izuhakone Railway. It serves authentic handmade soba noodles made with Hitachi Aki Soba from Ibaraki Prefecture. The restaurant uses local ingredients as much as possible. The soba pairs perfectly with the mildly-flavored dipping sauce, which is made with soy sauce from Gotemba City and katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) from Numazu City. Popular offerings include their oroshi soba, which is topped with a tempura of sakura shrimp, as well as their famous bukkake soba, which is topped with shredded nori seaweed. We also recommend their kamo seiro, which is served with a dipping sauce featuring roasted and boiled duck. The restaurant also offers banquet packages that centrally feature soba noodles (a reservation made at least two days in advance is required).

    お盆休み時期の平日に昼食で利用しました。 地元の伊豆長岡温泉では人気のある店で、いつ行ってもお客さんが入ってます。 麺類を頼むとプラス300円で小さい天丼などを付けられるシステムなので、お腹いっぱいになれます。店主とおかみさんは無愛想ですが、料理の中味が良いので許せます。修善寺あたりの蕎麦屋のように観光地化されてない雰囲気が私は好きです。

  • Soba Dining Yukura
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Shimadashi Kanayafujimichou 1700-38
    Yukura Creative Soba Cuisine is only a two-minute drive from Kanaya Station and about 10 minutes from Fujisan Airport, in a location that offers views of Mt. Fuji in clear weather. It offers a wide-ranging menu, including the usual Zarusoba (soba served on a bamboo tray) and Kakesoba (soba in broth). In the fall and winter it serves soba with oyster tempura, and it has many other dishes that are available only in certain seasons. In addition to soba, Yukura serves sashimi (slices of raw fish), tempura (battered and deep fried seafood and vegetables), and desserts and juice drinks that are made in-house. As one might expect from a restaurant located in Shizuoka Prefecture, a prix fixe dinner centered on green tea is served during the season when tea leaves are harvested. The restaurant's ability to meet many needs has guaranteed its popularity, and it even has a banquet room that seats 50 people.

    島田市の高台にあり、景色も最高で駐車場も広いので良かった お刺身の鮮度が良く天然の魚を生きじめしているらしい(伊良湖天然鮮魚) そばは自家製麺でお出汁がうまい 家族みんな美味しさに驚きました 息子はステーキ丼とそばのセットをペロリと平らげていましたよー メニューも豊富なのでどんな方にも喜んで貰えるお店だと思います

  • Hirara
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Shimadashi Kawanechouminari 2974
    Hirara is a soba restaurant housed in a traditional farmhouse that was built in 1872 and recognizable by the noren curtain out front. One recommended menu item is the Soba Dinner, which includes rice, tempura, and small bowls of side dishes. Diners can choose to have their soba noodles served hot, cold, or on a bamboo tray with dipping sauce, and large helpings are available for an extra charge. This restaurant serves a wide variety of soba, including soba with duck, wild plants, or grated yam. In addition to soba, customers can choose curried pilaf, Miso Dengaku (vegetables basted with miso and roasted), Oshiruko (a dessert made from sweet beans and mochi), or other traditional dishes. Available beverages include beer and coffee. Pottery is on display in the restaurant, and customers can buy some as a souvenir as they pay for their meal.
  • Bokunenjin
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 3451-40
    This famous soba shop located close by the sightseeing spot of Chikurin-no-Komichi in the Shuzenji district of Shizuoka Prefecture’s Izu City is based in a charming building that was remodeled from an old ryokan (Japanese inn). From the seats with windows patrons can see the cool bamboo forest and enjoy a peaceful atmosphere. The head chef is Shigekazu Hirayama, who worked as the head chef for the famous restaurant Sasuga Honten in Tokyo’s Ginza district. In addition to the thin, easy-to-swallow soba noodles, there are also other popular items such as Sakura-ebi-no-kakiage (a tempura mix of vegetables and small shrimp) and Nama-yuba (fresh soybean milk skin).
  • Sobadokoro Shikishi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 3465-1
    Shikishi inside Yunoyado Hanakomichi, a hot spring inn in Shuzenji, Izu City is a soba noodle restaurant. Its feature is that you can select one of four types of noodles: Shinnou black rice soba noodles with black rice, Special yacon potato soba noodles with a root vegetable called yacon, and Sanuki udon noodles in addition to Sarashina (high-quality) soba noodles. While watching the Katsura River running next to the restaurant, you can relax and enjoy them in a modern Japanese atmosphere.
  • Kouya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunhigashizuchou Inatori 1940-1
    Kouya on Higashiizu Road in Inatori, Higashiizu Town is a soba noodle restaurant. Soba (buckwheat) cultivated on a contracted farm is processed into soba noodle flour at the restaurant’s own noodle-making plant and is used for the noodles. Together with ingredients grown in-house, the restaurant offers menu items that include steamed rice topped with deep-fried Japanese spiny lobster which is limited to only 20 servings a day. It also has a plentiful range of local sake from Shizuoka.
  • Yatai Juwari Soba Sakuda
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    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji 3458-22
    Yatai Juwari Soba Sakuda on a street south of Chikurin no Komichi (bamboo forest path), Shuzenji, Izu City is a soba noodle food stall. It offers Juwari soba noodles for a reasonable price such as Salty soba noodles in which you can enjoy the flavor and taste of soba (buckwheat) with salt and fresh wasabi (Japanese horseradish), Zarusoba (soba noodles on bamboo net), Tempura soba noodles, Tanuki soba (soba noodles with tempura batter) and Jinori soba (soba noodles with seaweed).
  • Yabusei
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunnishizuchou Ugusu 430-1
    This restaurant is beloved by the townspeople of Nishi-Izu Town for its Japanese pub-style atmosphere and its affordable prices. It offers a wide-ranging menu with items that can be enjoyed by people of all ages including handmade udon and soba noodles, donburi (rice bowls), a variety of set meals, regional cuisine, and more. Its most popular item is its aoriika tenzaru. These chilled soba noodles are served on a bamboo sieve with a tempura of rare and valuable bigfin reef squid, which is sometimes referred to as the king of squid.
  • Edo Kawari-soba Iijima
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Mishima-shi Izumicho 1-31
    A soba restaurant located to the left of the south entrance to Rakujuen Park, a seven-minute walk from Mishima Hirokoji Station or a ten-minute walk from Mishima Station. It serves soba noodles made by hand from local water and the carefully selected buckwheat flour. The recommended menu option is Tensanshoku, in which the customer chooses three of the five varieties of soba available and enjoy a small amount of each. As the name of the restaurant suggests, Kawari Soba, that is, soba with seasonal ingredients incorporated into the noodles, comes in 18 varieties, of which two are available at any one time. The restaurant is open every day of the year for lunch, but for dinner, it is open only on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Groups of four or more can make reservations to enjoy a soba-based Kaiseki gourmet dinner or a banquet-style meal.
  • Momoya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Shuchi-gun Morimachi Ichimiya 2431-2
    A soba restaurant located in the old Totomi-Ichinomiya Station building (a National Tangible Cultural Property), a six-minute drive from the Enshu-Morimachi Smart Interchange or a ten-minute drive from the Mori-Kakegawa Interchange. The owners provided hand-made soba noodle taking great care not only with the buckwheat in their noodles but also with their spices and broth. The simple menu consists of just two varieties of soba, Zarusoba (supple noodles without the epidermis of buckwheat grains) and Inakasoba (thick and strong noodles using buckwheat epidermis), along with alcoholic beverage and Yaki Miso (savory grilled miso) that go well with sake and other alcoholic drinks. This popular restaurant is often very crowded. Since the food is prepared in limited quantities, the restaurant may close when it runs out. Reservations are recommended for guests who really want to eat here.
  • Kuretake Shokudo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Shizuoka Haibara-gun Kawanehon Cho Senzu 352
    A restaurant in the Sumata Pass Hot Spring Resort area in Haibara County, Shizuoka Prefecture. The owner makes soba noodles by hand every day, using domestic buckwheat flour. Both hot and cold varieties of soba and udon noodles are on the menu, and toppings include deep-fried masu salmon, wild plants, tempura or grated yam. The restaurant also serves prix fixe meals centered on local ingredients, such as wild plants or river fish. Freshly made raw soba is also available for sale as a souvenir or gift for the people back home. Since the sightseeing spot, the Yume no Tsuribashi Suspension Bridge is nearby, the restaurant is a great stopover on the way home.

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With the giant Pacific Ocean to the south and the great Mount Fuji to the north, Shizuoka prefecture is blessed with some of the best views the country has to offer. The white sand beaches of the Izu Peninsula are a rare find on mainland Japan, neighbored by beautiful cliffs, tumbling hills, and natural hot springs. As Japan’s largest producer of green tea, the age-old tradition of tea drinking is ubiquitous in Shizuoka, from the miles of tea fields to the old tea houses hosting traditional tea ceremonies.

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