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Sobasho Nakaya

蕎麦正 なかや

Savor Nakaya’s authentic handmade soba noodles made from Hida Shokawa-produced coarse buckwheat flour and locally sourced water from the Oku Hida region. Try this unique culinary experience in a variety of ways — first with seasoning of Andean rock salt , then with fresh wasabi from the Hida Sugo area. Then try dipping the noodles into the special tsuyu broth — made with spicy daikon for an extra kick.

Sobasho Nakaya opened in 2006 and has been serving their popular noodles ever since. Be sure to try their limited seasonal side menu, such as buckwheat tea pudding and seasonal vegetable tempura.

Your trip to Hida will be complete once you’ve had your fill of these delicious soba noodles made with the heart of the country.

Essential Information

Hours

11am–3pm

Closed

Irregular holidays

Wi-Fi Available
Dietary vegan Vegan
Access

A 10-minute walk from Hida-Furukawa Station.

Location & Surroundings

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