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Oct. 22, 2020 UPDATE
Misoka-an Kawamichiya - 晦庵 河道屋 -
Traveler Friendly
English menus available.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
1429 20 --- 0 reviews
Oct. 22, 2020 UPDATE

Misoka-an Kawamichiya

- 晦庵 河道屋 -
Traveler Friendly
English menus available.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Japanese only
1429 20 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Perfectly Firm Soba Noodles at a Traditional Japanese Style House
Established in 1688, “Misoka-an Kawamichiya” is a Soba restaurant of old standing with a history of over 300 years. The shop is built in a Japanese traditional style of wooden architecture, called Sukiya style. Upon entering, you will notice the faint, pleasant smell of wood. It’s an old-fashioned Japanese style house that can rarely be seen nowadays. The menu mainly consists of a few kinds of Soba and a la carte dishes. We recommend that in the good old Japanese atmosphere at “Misoka-an Kawamichiya,” you first enjoy some sake and a dish of your choice, than order some Soba to wrap it up.
1Recommended
Tenzaru
Tenzaru / ¥1,800
Thicker and tougher than normal Soba, every bite is full of flavor. Delicious with the strong tasting sauce and crunchy and delicate oils of the Tempura that enhances the harmonious taste.
2Recommended
Kamo namba
Kamo namba / ¥1,100
Hot Soba with chicken and green onions. The chicken broth creates a tasty soup that makes you want to drink to the last drop. The Japanese pepper is a great accent.
3Let's Try!
Shinjo
Shinjo / ¥600
A bouncy and firm dish made from fish paste. Enjoy with wasabi and Soy sauce. The light and simple taste goes well with sake.
4Let's Try!
Grilled Chicken with Japanese Pepper
Grilled Chicken with Japanese Pepper / ¥900
Grilled chicken flavored with Japanese pepper. Sprinkle with blended spices and enjoy.
How to Order

First choose between hot Soba or cold Soba (you can also choose to have Udon instead,) Then, choose any toppings you might want such as Tempura. We recommend to anyone ordering beer and sake as well to go for a side order dish to go with it.

- Order Tips -
Ask the waiter if you want to add some spices in order to enhance spiciness and flavor. "Sansho wo kudasai".
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