Restaurants - Soba

Yoshimuraya : 吉村屋

Handmade Soba Noodle Restaurant in Tsumago-juku Post Town.

Kiso River Valley


Description

The post town of Tsumago-juku is renowned for how authentically its Edo-era buildings are preserved. This is due to the townspeople using the buildings for their livelihood, maintaining the invaluable structures with their 3-part creed: "Don't Sell, Don't Lend, Don't Tear Down." Yoshimuraya makes use of their building as a soba restaurant, grinding the buckwheat flour grown in nearby Kaida Kogen with their own stone mill, then making the noodles by hand themselves. The result is soba with a firmness of texture and fullness of flavor that they take pride in. To fully appreciate the buckwheat flavor, try the 'sobagaki' dumplings. Seasonal dishes such as wild mountain vegetable tempura in the spring also served.


Details

  •  
  •  
  •  15 people
Hours :
10:00-17:00 or until supplies run out. 
Date(s) :
Closed Thursdays. 
Average Price :
1,050 
Reservations :
Not required 
Capacity :
15 
Foreign Languages :
English (English menu available.) 
Seating Style :
Floor Seating(15 seat(s)), Chairs(30 seat(s)) 

Contact

tel : +81(0)264-57-3265   fax : +81(0)264-57-3265   Official site


Access/Location

By Train
From Nagiso Station(JR Chuo Line), via Ontake Bus, get off at the Tsumago stop (7 min), then 5 min on foot.
By Car
From Nakatsugawa IC, 30 min (towards Kiso-Fukushima)
Address
860-1 Azuma, Nagiso, Kiso 399-5302

Nearby Attractions

Sightseeing Spots

Accommodation

Restaurants

Activities


PAGE TOP