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  • Dozo

  • Izakaya, Udon, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Akasaka )
  • Do-Zo is an izakaya that specializes in Japanese food that is either grilled over charcoal (yakitori), steamed (seiro-mushi), or fresh sashimi. There are lots of cocktails and liquors available, and t...
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  • Norabow

  • Udon, Traditional Japanese ( Tokyo Station )
  • Sanuki-style udon in the Otemachi area.
  • Ginza Muginbo

  • Udon ( Tsukiji )
  • Ginza Muginbo is a simple Kyoto style udon restaurant. Kyoto style udon is particularly popular with women because it's said to be healthier than normal udon. This restaurant serves more than ten vari...
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  • Tsuru Tontan

  • Udon ( Roppongi )
  • Tsurutontan, next to a discount shop, has a black interior that creates a chic atmosphere. Although this Udon restaurant is usually crowded, it does not take long to get in a get your food. Created by...
  • Hagakure

  • Udon, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • About a two minute walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Station, this shop offers udon and oden. Down one flight of stairs, in the first basement, they have a three-seat counter, 1 six-person table, and 2 four...
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  • Kama Age Udon Sawanoi

  • Udon ( Shibuya )
  • If you climb up Miyamasuzaka St. from Shibuya Station, you’ll find this place on the left hand side. By outward appearances, it doesn’t look like anything special, the sort of place anyone would ...
  • Sanuki Komachi Udon: Akasaka

  • Udon ( Akasaka )
  • Sanuki Udon's noodles come all the way from Kagawa Prefecture. Sanuki is self-serve: first, pick out toppings and rice dumplings on your tray. Next, order hot or cold soba at the counter, then pay at ...
  • Sakata

  • Udon ( Ginza )
  • On the second story of an unassuming building in Ginza, Sakata serves authentic sanuki style udon. Sanuki udon.. Originally developed in Kagawa Prefecture, sanuki udon is a favorite in Japan. Bukkake...
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  • Udon Shikoku

  • Udon ( Shibuya )
  • This udon shop specializes in sanuki udon, a dish originating in the Kansai area and slowly spreading its way across Japan. Here, they managed to bring authentic sanuki udon straight to Tokyo without...
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  • Udon Kurosawa

  • Udon ( Roppongi )
  • An udon restaurant offering fine Kyoto style udon in a pleasant atmosphere. Kyoto style is typified by a lighter flavors than those familiar to Tokyoites. In addition to the udon standards there is ...
  • Rakusyun Dining Zaian

  • Izakaya, Udon ( Ikebukuro )
  • This izakaya is truly authentic, staying open until 5 in the morning. This restaurant has a wide variety of sake and shochu to choose from, but is especially known for having so many different dishes ...
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  • Azabu Kyutoku

  • Udon ( Roppongi )
  • Inside Roppongi Hills, Kyutoku serves Akita prefectures traditional Inaniwa Udon very well. Inaniwa Udon is thinner than regular Udon but is typically firmer. At Kyutoku you will find Akita prefecture...
  • Chotaro

  • Udon, Izakaya ( Tameikesanno )
  • This inaniwa udon shop is in a basement off Hikawa Zaka Street, not far from Akasaka Station. The interior has a black base with accents made of Japanese cedar, lending the shop a chic atmosphere. T...
  • Udon Zen

  • Udon ( Harajuku )
  • The "curry-udon" at Udon-zen, a hand-made udon-shop, has even been introduced on television, fanning its fame. Udon-zen's wooden walls give the space a warm atmosphere, and you can even enjoy a view ...
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