This eatery is located near the Iya-no-Kazura Bashi vine bridge. Guests can enjoy their meal along with views of the Biwa Falls. They are famous for their handmade Iya soba noodles, which are notable for their high buckwheat flour content, their thickness, and for being easier to cut. The noodles are eaten in a bowl held in the hands like one would partake of ochazuke (tea and rice soup). The restaurant’s other tasty options include their salt-grilled amego (red-spotted masu trout) and sweetfish and their dekomawashi (a local dish of skewered potato and buckwheat dumplings).
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The southeastern corner of Shikoku is home to Tokushima prefecture, a region celebrated for its luscious nature and the nation's favorite Awa Odori, an energetic dance to which an annual summer festival has been dedicated. Keeping the upbeat tempo, whirlpools excite the Naruto sea off Tokushima, while inland, dramatic cliffs line the Iya Valley, promising unrivaled views of vast and vibrant scenery.