Soba / Udon / Noodle
Lunch: ¥999 - ¥999
Make your own bowl of sanuki udon at a well-known noodle factory-turned-udon shop.
Since the sanuki udon boom in the 1990s, this popular udon-ya has been a popular spot for locals and udon pilgrims from afar. Originally a noodle-making factory that only sold noodles to wholesalers, Yamagoe Udon has since expanded to include a dine-in for the fans of their delicious noodles. Technically, the customers make their bowl of udon themselves. The most popular item on the menu is the Kamatama Udon. A freshly boiled bowl of udon — without washing it down after the boiling process as most udon shops do — is served to the customer with a raw egg, soy sauce and dashi stock soup for them to mix themselves to their own preference. Other items that are popular include the Kamatama Yama which has grated Japanese yam as well, and side dishes like rice balls and inarizushi. There's a huge, blossoming courtyard that has the best view of the gardens. Customers can take their udon out to enjoy the bowl surrounded by nature. Yamagoe Udon also provides uncooked udon, dashi mixture, and soy sauce to take home with you. While every ingredient is available to make your own bowl at home, customers still prefer to dine in to enjoy the fresh, hot sanuki udon at Yamagoe Udon — as proven by the long, snake-like queues every day.
Yamagoe Udon Phone Number
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Yamagoe Udon Address
602-2 Hayukakami, Ayagawacho, Ayauta-gun, Kagawa 761-2207, Japan
In Kagawa, natural beauty and manmade arts and crafts coexist, with the Ritsurin Koen showcasing classic architecture and well-kept gardens, and Naoshima featuring sculptural works that work in harmony with the island.
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