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Yamamotoya Honten (Hirokojifushimi Branch) (山本屋本店 広小路伏見店)

Soba / Udon

Yamamotoya Honten specializes in the Nagoya specialty, miso-nikomi udon. This long established restaurant continues to serve these udon noodles in a way unchanged since it was first founded. The noodles, painstakingly kneaded by skilled chefs, have a distinctive chewy texture. The flavor's deciding factor is the original miso fermented for over three years with soup stock derived from carefully selected bonito. And after gently simmering the noodles in a pot, the rich flavor of the nikomi udon is finally complete. The restaurant is fresh and clean, and convenient, even for women by themselves. The nearest station is Fushimi Station.

place

Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Naka-ku Nishiki 1-18-22 Nagoya AT Building 1F (NagoyaArea)

phone 0522220253
place

11:00-22:00 (L.O.21:30)
[Lunch (Weekday)] 11:00-15:00

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Address
Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Naka-ku Nishiki 1-18-22 Nagoya AT Building 1F [map]
Area
NagoyaArea
Phone
0522220253
Hours
11:00-22:00 (L.O.21:30)
[Lunch (Weekday)] 11:00-15:00
Closed
open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DC, UFJ, UC, DinersClub)
Smoking
Not available (All day non-smoking)
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.