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  • Horii

  • Soba ( Azabu-juban )
  • I was first brought here by Expats who had been living here for a while. I am forever grateful for this introduction. The soba here is excellent cold or hot. The side dishes are delicious as well.This...
  • Fukudaya

  • Soba, Izakaya ( Shibuya )
  • There comes a point where soba is just soba. At it's best, it's wholesome but rather plain. Fukudaya does it well. The restaurant is located down an alley in Shibuya, and it's on the second story of a...
  • Namiki Yabusoba

  • Soba ( Asakusa )
  • There's something about Namiki Yabusoba that makes it feel like you've just walked into a soba restaurant in old Edo. Or, at least, there's something about it that makes it feel like the set of a well...
  • Mino Ya Bunemon: Ikebukuro

  • Soba ( Ikebukuro )
  • After hunting around for the restaurant for a short while, we finally found a small very traditional looking place with really old kanji that I could barely recognize written on the front. The place w...
  • 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...
  • Sawarabi

  • Soba ( Ginza )
  • A charming, thoroughly Japanese restaurant. However, be careful-there is no English or picture menu, nor does the server speak English. However, if you can get past the language barrier, this hole-in-...
  • Aoyama Chojuan

  • Soba ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • This Soba shop is quite nice on the inside with all sorts of decorative statues and place settings, but that’s as far as it goes. The interior is set up very well and is extremely welcoming and ple...
  • Rakusyun Dining Zaian Bekkan

  • Izakaya, Soba ( Ikebukuro )
  • If you walk a little ways down Street 254, near Ikebukuro Station, you’ll find this izakaya in the first floor basement of a building on the left side of the street. Their selection of sake is espec...
  • Seizan

  • Soba ( Shibuya )
  • This soba shop near Shibuya’s NHK places importance on their ambiance. If you travel down their stone-paved approach, which is planted with at least 10 meters of bamboo on either side, you’ll fina...
  • English menu
  • Takeyabu

  • Soba, Michelin ( Roppongi )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Takeyabu one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Though Takeyabu is a soba restaurant, it doesn't look like one thanks to the creativ...
  • Soba Dining Hatago

  • Soba, Izakaya ( Shibuya )
  • This is a stylish little soba place. It’s in the basement of a building most of the way up Dougenzaka. Even though it’s technically in a basement, it actually has a very wide open feel to it and...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Picture menu
  • 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 ...
  • Narutomi

  • Soba ( Shimbashi )
  • Soba at Narutomi is made from 100% buckwheat flour, as opposed to the 20% you find at lesser places. The decor is stylish and you can watch the chef at work from your seat. In addition to high quali...
  • Sarashina no Sato

  • Soba ( Tsukiji )
  • Since it opened in 1899 this soba restaurant has been popular for its handmade noodles. In addition to soba a nabe set course is a popular dinner choice and includes soba-gaki (a solid soba based dis...
  • Picture menu
  • Suwa an

  • Izakaya, Soba ( Yotsuya )
  • A small izakaya located off of National Theatre. You can try three different styles of Oden, all in Inagaki - Kanto-style soy sauce, Kansai-style salt, or Nagoya-style miso. Sua-an also serves sashimi...
  • Oraga Soba Shinshu : Shinjuku

  • Soba, Udon ( Shinjuku )
  • Authentic soba shipped from Shinshu is served at Oraga, located in the Shinjuku Isetan shopping center. Family friendly tables are available. There's usually a line out the door during mealtimes, stre...
  • English menu
  • Yabusoba

  • Soba ( Akihabara )
  • Yabu Soba has been in business since 1880 serving traditional Edo-style Soba. Their noodles are "seiro" style, which means that they are made with ten parts buckwheat flour, one part wheat flour. You ...
  • Yamazaki Seimenjo

  • Soba ( Yoyogi )
  • Soba is made in Shinshu, Nagano, and delivered daily to Yamazaki Seimenjo. Soba comes in small portions but it's famous for its taste and aroma. Cold soba or hiyamugi (thin soba) are recommended. Yama...
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