Asada – Asakusabashi
Originally called Asadajinemon when it opened as a handmade soba shop 150 years ago, currently it’s on the eighth generation successor of their soba making technique.
Winter noodles: warm soba
Yabuhisa – Nihonbashi
In the heart of the business district Nihonbashi, this is the fourth generation of 100-year-old shop, Yabuhisa. You can eat soba, sushi, and other dishes there, but their most popular dish is curry nanban.
Oyster tempura soba
Matsuya – Kanda
This shop was established in the Meiji era, and since then has offered the traditional taste of Edo in Kanda.
It’s always crowded with regular customers and local people.
This soba has a deep flavor even if you eat it without dipping it in sauce.