Kanasa-an Soba Noodles
Located next to Kanasa no Yu bathhouse, this soba noodle restaurant offers a range of dishes made with local buckwheat flour.
The soba noodles are made fresh from scratch daily by grinding buckwheat flour with a stone mill, hand-kneading the noodles, and cooking them on an order-by-order basis. The noodles are cooked in natural spring water from the Nishi-Kanasago area, said to be beneficial for the skin. Dishes also feature plenty of fresh, locally grown vegetables.
- 321-1 Kamimiyakawauchicho, Hitachiota City, Ibaraki
- 5-minute drive from Yamagatajuku Station on the JR Suigun Line
- Business Hours
Closed: Wednesdays and Thursdays
- TEL: 029-476-9907
- 150 parking spots
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