While this is a casual udon restaurant that runs on a self-service basis, the amazing quality of its dishes is evident as soon as you take a bite. The chewy and springy noodles and the deep and flavorful soup stock are so delicious that you will eat them right up.
Here, the udon noodles are made from 9 pm to 1 am, when the temperature is the most stable. For the soup stock, which the restaurant begins brewing at 6 am, four types of dried and fermented fish and Risiri kelp are used, and dried bonito shavings are added for flavor. The water that is essential for both the udon and soup stock is soft acidic water that is produced through many processes.
The most popular Bukkake Udon, the Kasu Udon that is rare in Kyoto, and the Saikyo Udon that is characteristic of Kyoto are highly recommended here.
- 20-1 Tamano-i, Ide-cho, Tsuzuki-gun, Kyoto Prefecture
- Walk approximately 10 minutes from JR Tamamizu Station
- Business Hours
- 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Closed: Irregular holidays on Sundays/Saturdays