Tokyo Japan

Kyorakutei

3-6 Kagurazaka, 1F

Tokyo

35.700827 139.739650

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2 Reviews

First reviewed by Akira

  1. “The Michelin-starred soba (buckweat) noodle shop in the old-school neighborhood of Kagurazaka. You'll see a huge mortar from the window -- yes, of course they make the noodles on the premises. Despite the Michelin recognition the prices are reasonable (as they should be at a soba restaurant). But great food (fresh local ingredients!) for good price means the wait. They don't take reservations, so unless you go at a random hour, expect to wait. If you make it to the table, however, you're in for one of the best Japanese dining experiences.”

    Akira

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  2. “Very tasty soba noodle and side dishes. Kagurazaka is a nice area to stall before or after dinner. You may run into Geisha!”

    Ayaka

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