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Cuisine
Soba / Udon / Noodle
Tempura / Fried Foods
Average cost
Lunch: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
Dinner: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
Noh Cafe is run by a local agricultural company that provides seasonal and local vegetables for fresh teishoku meals.

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At Noh Cafe, you can savor Japanese homestyle cooking that uses the ingredients from the local agricultural company, Hakuba Sodachi, which sells products from Hakuba Village. For lunch, they have various kinds of teishoku set meals: seasonal tempura, onigiri, Shinshu herb chicken nanban, Hakuba pork and ginger, vegetable soup curry, Hakuba pork shoyu katsu don, seasonal vegetable salad with soba or udon, and oroshi and sansai soba or udon. All the teishoku options are around 1,000 yen and they come with rice, miso soup, and pickled vegetables. The dishes at Noh Cafe all use locally grown vegetables and meat and the menu varies depending on the season. They also have a wide variety of desserts and soft-serve ice cream. One of their signature dishes is a blueberry soft serve ice cream that uses fresh blueberries from their own farm. There is a small gift shop allocated beside Noh Cafe where you can buy locally grown rice, fresh vegetables, jams, juice, and much more!
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Noh Cafe Phone Number

0261-75-3202

Noh Cafe Business Days

Sunday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM
Monday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM
Tuesday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM
Wednesday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM
Thursday
Closed
Friday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM
Saturday
10:30 AM
04:30 PM

Noh Cafe Address

Japan, 〒399-9211 Nagano, Kitaazumi District, Hakuba, Kamishiro, 神城飯森

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