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Kusabue Komoro Honten (草笛 小諸本店)

Soba / Udon

Since its founding, this home-grower of soba in Asama foothills has been dedicated to local production-local consumption, as well as safety. It has been featured in a variety of media due to its efforts and delicious results. The soba is a 70% soba blend handed down since Hidehisa Sengoku, the first Lord of Shinshu Komoro clan. This percentage is said to be the best for health. The most highly rated dish would be the “walnut soba” eaten with a sauce meticulously ground from carefully-selected walnuts.

place

Nagano Pref. Komoroshi Kojou 1-1-10 (Karuizawa / Saku / KomoroArea)

phone 0267222105
place

11:00-15:00 (Closed as soon as the soba is finished)

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Address
Nagano Pref. Komoroshi Kojou 1-1-10 [map]
Area
Karuizawa / Saku / KomoroArea
Phone
0267222105
Hours
11:00-15:00 (Closed as soon as the soba is finished)
Closed
open everyday (basically)
Parking Lot
Available(5spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available
Average budget
[Lunch] 1-1,000yen
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available
Pet friendly
Yes (possible at seats outside the store)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Nagano prefecture is an exciting mix of mountains, hot spring monkeys, and preserved Edo history. At the heart of the Japanese Alps, Nagano is one of the country's most popular destinations, whether in winter for its snow sports and the much-loved Jigokudani Monkey Park or in the warmer months for discovering the undulating hills on foot. For fantastic Edo architecture, head to the Kiso Valley for a 60-kilometer stretch of quaint wooden buildings that marked the Nakasendo route 200 years ago.