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  • Konaya

  • Udon ( Roppongi )
  • Love everything about it. The food, the ambiance and the service. This is one of the things I miss about Japan - Konaya!!!
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  • Hanamaru Udon: Akihabara

  • Udon ( Akihabara )
  • Love this place! The udon and tempura are very good and cheap. you pick up your own tempura on your way to order the udon bowl... only bad thing is sometimes the tempura isn't hot. very very crowded a...
  • Opippi

  • Udon ( Shimbashi )
  • Opippi is a tiny udon restaurant a few minutes walk from Kasumigaseki. I ducked in (literally) during lunch time and was greeted by a kind hostess sat me down facing another businessman at a tiny tabl...
  • Ginza Muginbo

  • Udon ( Tsukiji )
  • Muginbo is a popular spot for classier business people to grab a quick lunch. You'll find it packed during the lunch hour, and full of people in snappy business suits. Be prepared to sit at a table wi...
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  • Tsuru Tontan

  • Udon ( Roppongi )
  • I rather liked the place, for the atmosphere and of course the gigantic bowls. Big enough to fit your face into and similar giant wooden spoons to match. Otherwise, the udon tastes like any other kind...
  • Hagakure

  • Udon, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Hagakure specializes in udon - messy but fun to slurp. After walking downstairs off of an Akasaka street, my friend and I were seated at a four person table later occupied by two more customers - pret...
  • Tongarashi

  • Soba, Udon, Tempura ( Jimbocho )
  • Tongarashi is a small little soba and udon with tempura shop that is run by an old couple. One thing that really sticks out about this place is the prices. Most of the meals were about 350-400yen fo...
  • Maruka

  • Udon ( Jimbocho )
  • This udon place is special because they sell not just hot udon, but warm and cold udon as well. It’s not hard to find, and it’s quite close to the station too. The restaurant is relatively small, ...
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  • Kama Age Udon Sawanoi

  • Udon ( Shibuya )
  • Strangely, I have had better handmade udon noodles than the bowl served at this establishment. I say this because that particular Sangenjaya restaurant actually showed its customers the full cycle of...
  • Sanuki Komachi Udon: Akasaka

  • Udon ( Akasaka )
  • Sanuki Komachi obviously caters to customers who are in a hurry. The restaurant basically a small cafeteria that offers only tempura, udon and onigiri. There are baskets of tempura and onigiri. You si...
  • Sakata

  • Udon ( Ginza )
  • When I find a restaurant with a line trailing out the door, I assume that I've found a good spot. It's kind of a common sense rule, but it doesn't always hold. I went to Sakata, and indeed had to wait...
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  • Udon Shikoku

  • Udon ( Shibuya )
  • This udon shop specializes in sanuki udon, a dish originating in the Kansai area and slowly spreading its way across Japan. Here, they managed to bring authentic sanuki udon straight to Tokyo without...
  • Chotaro

  • Udon, Izakaya ( Tameikesanno )
  • This inaniwa udon shop is in a basement off Hikawa Zaka Street, not far from Akasaka Station. The interior has a black base with accents made of Japanese cedar, lending the shop a chic atmosphere. T...
  • Udon Zen

  • Udon ( Harajuku )
  • The "curry-udon" at Udon-zen, a hand-made udon-shop, has even been introduced on television, fanning its fame. Udon-zen's wooden walls give the space a warm atmosphere, and you can even enjoy a view ...
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  • Tokyo Mentsudan

  • Udon ( Shinjuku )
  • Originally from Kagawa prefecture, this restaurant triggered the Sanuki Udon boom in Tokyo. The meals are self serve. Firstly, you choose your Udon (warm Atsu Kake, cold Hiya Kake, Zaru Udon, etc.) an...
  • Muginbo : Shibuya

  • Udon ( Shibuya )
  • This shop offers udon in a rich soup made of high-end flavorful katsuo. There’s always a line of young couples on dates waiting outside. The most popular item on the menu is the “Kakiage Udon....
  • Shimada

  • Udon, Curry, Soba ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Shimada is famous for its "curry soup udon." The restaurant is divided between two floors, and the first floor is cramped with tables. A wide range of people enjoy the food: small groups may treat S...
  • Tsurutanton:Tokyo Building

  • Udon ( Tokyo Station )
  • Established in 1978 in Osaka, this udon specialty restaurant is popular for its light crunchy texture udon noodle based on Sanuki udon. Large portions served in even larger bowls are famous. English-s...
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