Inaniwa Udon Noodles 500g

Seller: Tomiya
Producer: Tomiya Shoten
ID: 53
Perfect for a single person or small household, this 500g package of Inaniwa udon gives you a taste of the abundant wheat-growing area of Inaniwa in Akita prefecture.
¥ 1,188
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A signature product from Tomiya Shoten, Inaniwa udon has a 400-year-long history, starting in feudal Japan when it was gifted to the feudal lord of Inaniwa, a high-quality wheat-growing area that is known as Yuzawa City today. Known as the most expensive udon in Japan, it has been delivered to the Imperial Household Agency since the Meiji period (1868-1912). Tomiya Shoten has been selling their udon noodles for several decades, beginning in the late Showa era. Tomiya Shoten’s half-cut Inaniwa udon noodles are firm, chewy, and smooth, renowned for their strong and elastic texture. This product is produced individually, one by one, to preserve its quality. An economical choice, the 500g package contains approximately 5 servings. It is also available in larger quantities, and with special box packaging, so please see our other products for more options. Shelf life: up to 730 days (varies slightly depending on shipping timing)
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 500 gr
  • Product height: 2 cm
  • Product width: 23 cm
  • Product length: 17 cm
Inaniwa Udon Noodles 500g is produced in Akita prefecture.
Tomiya Shoten
Akita Prefecture
Founded in 1883, Tomiya Shoten handles a wide range of products including tea, sugar, wheat flour, hardware, canned goods, liquor, and even petroleum. Tomiya Shoten was the first store in Yuzawa to handle beer, and are proud of their long history as a special distributor of Sapporo Beer. When Yuzawa Station was first built, Tomiya Shoten served beer at the station. In addition to distribution and sales, Tomiya Shoten also sells their own original products, starting with the manufacture and sales of Inaniwa Udon noodles about 50 years ago. Since then, they have been focusing on sales to department stores in the Kanto and Kansai regions, promoting it as a product of Akita. Throughout its history, Tomiya Shoten has been sourcing and providing their customers with the necessary, in-demand products of each era, and will continue to strive to supply products that will surprise you in the future.