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A popular handmade soba noodle restaurant which only uses domestic, stone milled buckwheat flour. Due its popularity, the restaurant frequently sells out its stock before the day is done, and it also doesn't accept reservations, so it's best to come early. The menu includes an abundant variety of a la carte choices.


Tokyo Choufushi Jindaijimotomachi 5-9-1 (Tachikawa / Kunitachi / ChofuArea)

phone 0424981323

10:30-17:00 (Extension is also available)
※ Extended Hours differs depending on Sunday

Review of Yusui

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/07/19 Worth the wait
I patiently queued for a table and was led to the second floor of the restaurant. You have to take off your shoes before you go up the staircase. While waiting my order, I was served a refreshing...
Reviewed:2015/03/10 Best soba noodle place in Jindaiji area / Chofu
There are over 20 or so soba noodle restaurants in the Jindaiji area, but this place is by far the best of all. Regardless of when you go, its never empty, and if you get seating without having to...
Reviewed:2014/08/07 The best soba (buckwheat noodle) places in Jindaiji area
Of the many soba noodle joint in Jindaiji area, this is the place to go. The price is a bit steep compared to other places, but the quality makes it worthwhile. You can order sake and enjoy a variety...

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Tokyo Choufushi Jindaijimotomachi 5-9-1 [ map ]
Tachikawa / Kunitachi / ChofuArea
10:30-17:00 (Extension is also available)
※ Extended Hours differs depending on Sunday
Thursday (with exceptions)
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