Soba / Udon Spots in Okinawa Area

  • Kinchichi Soba, Yomitan Main Store
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    4.5
    51 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Yomitanson Kina 201
    "Okinawa no Kingetsu Soba, located 10 minutes from the ruins of Zakimi Castle, is breaking new ground in Okinawan soba with its ingenious noodle and soup making. The homemade fresh noodles use wheat from Kyushu and Kumamoto and Okinawan wheat ""Shimamamugi Kanasan,"" and the addition of bran flour, rich in dietary fiber, gives the noodles a pleasant aroma and texture. The soup is made from natural broth made from eight different types of fish knots and does not contain any chemical seasonings. In addition to Kingetsu Soba, the menu also includes Tantan Soba with sesame sauce and a variety of noodle types."

    Must eat in Okinawa..It is clean Soba shop. If you want to go to a traditional Soba shop, you should select shops from lots of Soba shops. Also, you can enjoy some original Soba which you could not...

  • Shuri Soba
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    4.0
    287 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Naha-shi Shuriakatacho 1-7 Gallery Shiro Ma
    Opened in 1995 (Heisei 7), the popular Okinawan soba restaurant Shurisoba features homemade handmade noodles and a soup made from the best bonito stock. The noodles are topped with simply seasoned tripe, loin meat, and fish paste, and accented with needle ginger. The restaurant's sister restaurant, Shuri Soba Nakada, opened in December 2021.

    Very friendly staff, my Japanese is very poor and they did their best to explain. A group of local students around my age asked me to sit with them, immediately welcoming me to the Naha community. I...

  • Takenoko Soba Noodles restaurant
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Yaeyamaguntaketomichou Taketomi 101-1
    Founded in 1975, Takenoko is one of the longest-established Yaeyama Soba Noodle restaurants on Taketomi Island. It is also one of the most popular restaurants on the island, with queues often forming at lunchtime. The restaurant’s signature dish is Yaeyama Soba Noodles, featuring a full-bodied yet clear and uncomplicated broth. Takenoko also makes its own special “Kuchu” spice (Koregusu spice) using locally-grown red chillies, which is available for sale as a souvenir gift.
  • Mitsumaru
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kume 2-13-7
    This restaurant offers specially prepared soba and udon noodles. The inviting atmosphere means that even customers who are alone can visit with ease. It has been featured on TV programs and was chosen as one of Naha City’s recommended “health-promoting establishments.” The main draw is the “Mitsumaru soba,” which features broth with shiitake mushrooms, “oi” bonito, and kelp. The noodles are thin and firm, and the dish comes with nutritionally balanced toppings as well.
  • Kenpa no Subaya
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    4.0
    85 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Omoromachi 4-9-11
    This restaurant specializes in Okinawa soba. Based on the concept of “harmony,” the soup is made using a painstaking process that takes two days, and it is full of the flavor of dried bonito and packed with savory flavor and richness. There are many types of soba available, including “hon-soki suba” (Okinawan soba with stewed pork spare ribs) and the meat-packed “kenpa suba.” There’s also a “children’s set” available on the side menu, which is perfect for families. As a special lunch promotion, whenever you order soba (with the exception of the mini soba), you can receive either “jushi” (Okinawan paella) or rice for free.

    Very good food at a reasonable price. The pork spare ribs were tender enough to pull off the bone with chopsticks. The rolls on the left side of the picture were open at the bottom and filled with a...

  • Tamaya soba noodles (Ozato Branch)
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    4.5
    78 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nanjoushi Ozato Furugen 913-1
    Tamaya soba noodles is an Okinawa soba restaurant in Nanjo City along Prefectural Road 77. The noodles are firm and thin, and the popular light broth is made from pork bone and dried bonito in a lengthy preparation process. The soba is topped with boned rib, soki (pork rib with the bone), pig's feet, and others. There are three sizes, from small to extra large, and you can customize your toppings with ingredients such as mugwort.

    久々の旅行で沖縄へ。現地在住の友人のアテンドでお勧めだと言う玉家さんへ。自分は全部盛りの大盛りをオーダー。友人がオーダーした混ぜご飯も少し頂きましたがどれも優しい味ですべておいしくいただけました。客層も地元の方が多く愛されている店と実感できました。リピ確定のお店です

  • Maruyoshi Shokudo
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    4.0
    288 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Miyakojimashi Gusukube Sunagawa 975
    Maruyoshi Shokudo is a long-established Okinawan Soba noodles restaurant located on National Highway 390 in Sunagawa, Gusukube, Miyako-jima City (between the intersection of National Highway 390 and Prefectural Highway 190 and the intersection of National Highway 390 with the Prefectural Highway 201). The restaurant’s Okinawan Soba noodles, which combine a thick pork-based broth with a touch of garlic with noodles that are boiled to a firm consistency, have been popular on Miyako-jima for many years; the restaurant is also famous for the brown sugar ice-candy that is served after the noodles (in the case of small-sized portions of Miyako Soba noodles, only for children).

    We were lucky to be the last customers! And so lucky we could eat their number one soba dish! Meat is very tasty and portions are very reasonable. Mainly occupied by local! We got to try the ice...

  • Yoshiko Soba Noodles
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    4.5
    40 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunmotobuchou Izumi 2662
    Yoshiko Soba Noodles is a specialty Okinawa soba noodle shop located in Izumi, Motobu Town and in front of so-called “Soba Kaido (street)” on Prefectural Highway No. 84. There are three types of Okinawan soba noodles; soki (stewed pork spareribs), tebichi (pig’s feet) and ribs and the soup is prepared from pork, dried bonito and konbu seaweed. The tebichi soba noodles topped with tebichi stewed until they are so tender that the meat can be torn off with chopsticks are popular.

    シンプルに「沖縄のそばが食べたい!」と言うか気持ちになった時は是非ともおすすめです。 だしがきいてて、とても美味しい一杯でした。お店にいるお母さんがあったかい◎

  • Teianda
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    4.5
    45 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Ameku 1-6-10
    Teianda is a specialty Okinawan soba noodle shop located in Tenkushintoshin with a stylish exterior of glass walls. You can enjoy several types of soba noodles such as soki (stewed pork spareribs) soba noodles, tebichi (pig’s feet) soba noodles as well as authentic Okinawan soba noodles. The exclusive homemade noodles use unbleached wheat which is allowed to settle for two days. The fragrant noodles have a springy texture and go well with the soup. You can choose from two types of noodles: thick or thin.

    ガイドブックにも良く掲載されている人気店。休日に訪問しました。天久りうぼうの裏手の場所にあります。沖縄そばのお店ですが、、つけ麺や海老ラーメンなど豊富な品揃え。私は、『冷やしそば[中]』を注文。自家製麺がとても美味しいです。

  • Shinzan Soba
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Nago-shi Ohigashi 1-9-2
    Founded in 1925, the long-established Shinzan Soba is the originator of Nago-style Okinawa soba, a flat thick noodle dish served in the Nago City area and topped with knotted kelp and thick fried tofu. The soup is based on agu pork and soup stocked with bonito for a refreshing taste. The soki is simply seasoned and balanced. The regular menu item is the Shinzan Soki Soba, which is full of soki. Other dishes include Tebichi Soba with pork feet, Soba with three pieces of meat, and Vegetable Soba with stir-fried vegetables.
  • Yukui-dokoro Washima
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Shimajiri-gun Kumejimacho Nishi Mei 1372-1
  • Maniya Sobaya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Ishigaki-shi Okawa 213
    This venerable Yaeyama soba restaurant in the Euglena Mall shopping district in Okawa, Ishigaki City has been in business for more than 90 years. Its sign bears a claim of the restaurant's status as the originator of Yaeyama soba, the local style of rounded wheat noodles. Their Yaeyama soba, which has tasted the same way for decades, is notable for a soup made exclusively from pork. Guests can enjoy their soba together with a serving of jushi (Okinawan pilaf).
  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Okinawa Misato
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Okinawa-shi Mihara 2-16-18

    This is a chain restaurant specializing in udon. The basic udon can be garnished with different ingredients as well as a variety of tempura side dishes. The udon is freshly made in the premises. It...

  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Chatan
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Nakagami-gun Chatancho Mihama 3-6-3
  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Ginowan
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Ginowan-shi Ojana 235-2

    This is our second visit to this place and not surprising, it was packed. However the line went fast and our orders were taken. Aside from the signature udon, you have various choices of tempura...

  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Naha Tsukazan
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Naha-shi Nakaima 373
  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Haebaru
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    3.5
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Shimajiri-gun Haebarucho

    ついつい色々取ってしまうと、結局、値段が高くなってしまいました…まんまと店の思惑に填まりました。まあ、美味しかったから許すか…

  • MARUGAME SEIMEN Itoman
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    3.0
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Itoman-shi Shiohira 782-1

    もちもちつるつるのうどんで美味しいです。 オススメは、釜玉うどんです。 シンプルで美味しいです。 付け合わせに、鶏の天ぷらもオススメ。

  • MARUGAME SEIMEN AEON MALL Okinawa Rycom
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    3.5
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Nakagami-gun Kitanakagusukuson Rycom 1-banchi AEON MALL Okinawa Rycom 4F

    イオンモール沖縄ライカムの4階にあるフードコートに出店している飲食店の一つです。他のフードコートにある丸亀製麺と同様に、うどん(釜揚げうどん、かけうどん 等)を最初に注文することを基本に、隣のカウンターで天ぷらやおにぎり等を任意で追加し、最後に会計を済ませた後で空いている席に着席して食事をするスタイルです。 サービスの体裁としては他のフードコートにある丸亀製麺と変わりはありませんが、スタッフの動き...

  • MARUGAME SEIMEN San-A Urasoe Nishi-kaigan Palco City
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Urasoe-shi Irijima 3-chome

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Let go of your image of a busy, ordered Japan and replace it with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and relaxing folk music: You’ve arrived in Okinawa. A world away from the high intensity of Tokyo, Okinawans appear to live a laid-back beach life on this paradisiacal tropical island that lies in the middle of the East China Sea almost 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Japan’s most southern tip. Home to a spattering of islands, prepare yourself to discover underwater caves, star-shaped sand, and an island culture sometimes unrecognizable from mainland Japan.

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