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  • Muromachi Sunaba

  • Soba ( Akasaka )
  • This is a quaint neighborhood soba shop with an excellent traditional atmosphere. It's a little bit cramped, but very pleasant. There was no English menu, but there was a Japanese one with limited pic...
  • Nagara

  • Soba ( Akasaka )
  • Nagara is hard to recognize, so bring a map and look for a wooden sign - it's in the residential district behind Akasaka Elementary School. Besides handmade, clear soba noodles, side dishes like "dash...
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  • Minochi An

  • Soba ( Tameikesanno )
  • While ordinary Soba restaurants have the same feeling as an office building, and Minochian is no exception. It is not expensive like most restaurants and people are surprised by how much they get for ...
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