Azumaya Honten

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Azumaya is a long-standing Japanese restaurant established in 1907. It is famous for its Wanko-soba (buckwheat noodles), a local specialty of Iwate Prefecture. Not to mention its exquisite taste, it is also highly entertaining for tourists that the servers stand by the customers and quickly refill their bowl as soon as it is emptied. It is a unique experience you can’t miss when you come to Iwate. With a traditional, Japanese-style interior, it is a spacious restaurant which has both table seats and tatami seats. They even issue a certificate that shows how many bowls you ate.

Address
1-8-3 Nakanohashidori, Morioka-shi, Iwate
Contact No.
+81-19-622-2252
Access
・30 minutes' walk or 10 minutes' Taxi ride from JR Morioka Station (2 km) ・30 minutes' walk from JR Kami Morioka Station (2 km) ・Take a circular bus "Dendenmushi" from JR Morioka Station. Get off at "Bus Center-mae". Walk 2~3 minutes. (*circular bus that goes counterclockwise is convenient)
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-20:00
*They may close during 15:00 - 17:00
Closed from December 30th to January 1st.
Official Website
http://www.wankosoba-azumaya.co.jp/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): lunch 3,000-4,000 yen, dinner 3,000-4,000 yen *Menu: Wanko-soba 3,000yen (The pile of emptied bowls shows how many you ate. It comes with 9 side dishes.) *Credit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
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Azumaya Honten

Azumaya is a long-standing Japanese restaurant established in 1907. It is famous for its Wanko-soba (buckwheat noodles), a local specialty of Iwate Prefecture. Not to mention its exquisite taste, it is also highly entertaining for tourists that the servers stand by the customers and quickly refill their bowl as soon as it is emptied. It is a unique experience you can’t miss when you come to Iwate. With a traditional, Japanese-style interior, it is a spacious restaurant which has both table seats and tatami seats. They even issue a certificate that shows how many bowls you ate.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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