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Fukuzenji Soba

福全寺そば

The Fukuzenji Soba restaurant serves authentic, handmade soba noodles made using buckwheat flour sourced from the local Hida Nagareha region.

It is said the soba can be best enjoyed by eating it in four different ways. First, the noodles should be tried just by themselves. Next, try the soba seasoned with a touch of salt and wasabi to bring out the sweetness. Third, try the soba dipped in soup. Lastly, try sprinkling some provided sake on the noodles.

Vegetables are sourced from the Santera Meguri Morning Market next door, with the soba restaurant officially recognized by the prefecture for its use of local Gifu produce.

Fukuzenji Soba

Essential Information

Price range

From 1,100 yen

Hours

10:30am–2pm

Closed

Tuesdays

Dietary vegan Vegan halal Halal-friendly
Accessibility Support vegan and halal requests.
Access

Located on the grounds of the Fukuzenji temple ruins in central Hida-Furukawa, it's about a 6 minute walk from the main station.

Location & Surroundings

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