Hakone Akatsuki-an, Yumoto Branch

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The soba restaurant Hakone Akatsuki-an, Yumoto, is located a little way away from the Hakone Yumoto hot springs, which is the heart of Hakone. The restaurant is known for its outstanding soba (buckwheat noodles) that is crafted by the skilled owner chef. The black wooden structure of the restaurant is rustic and blends into the nature of Hakone, creating a relaxed atmosphere. The soba is made from carefully selected buckwheat seeds, and it has a chewy texture and a mild, sweet flavor. They strictly observe the rule to a good soba which is "freshly-ground, freshly-kneaded and freshly-boiled". Many people are fascinated by this superb soba.

Address
184 Yumotochaya, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-460-85-6763
Access
25-min walk from Hakone-Yumoto Station on Hakone Tozan Tetsudo
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-16:00 (from 11:00 on Saturday, Sunday and National holiday)Closed on Wednesday
Official Website
http://okina-daruma.com/group/201512091651_624
Other Information
*Average price (per person): from 1,000 yen*Menu: Soba Set 1,500 yen, Kamo Seiro (soba and dipping sauce with duck) 1,550 yen

※ 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.

Source:食べログ

A Collaboration of Carefully Selected Ingredients and Craftsmanship

Under the belief of "the quality of soba is determined by the raw ingredients", only Japanese-grown buckwheat seeds are used at Hakone Akatsuki-an. They mix the seeds with spring water from Hakone and grind them with a millstone for better flavor and texture. Enjoy the soba that is created with quality ingredients and the craftsmanship of the chef.

Source:食べログ

Reasonably Priced Combination Plate of Amazing Soba

The most popular Soba Set (1,500 yen) consists of soba, Akatsuki Tofu that has a wonderful buckwheat and soybean flavor, broiled miso and a pound cake which is made from buckwheat flour. When you take a bite of the popular cake, an aroma of buckwheat and delicate sweetness will fill your mouth.

Source:食べログ

Enjoying the Flavor of Soba and Duck

You eat Kamo Seiro (1,550 yen) by dipping the soba noodle in a special sauce with duck. You will enjoy the natural flavor of buckwheat and the smooth texture of the noodle as well as the dipping sauce made with juicy duck and green onion. For the first bite, try only the noodle without the sauce to savor the flavor of the noodle itself.

Source:食べログ

Hakone Akatsuki-an, Yumoto Branch

The soba restaurant Hakone Akatsuki-an, Yumoto, is located a little way away from the Hakone Yumoto hot springs, which is the heart of Hakone. The restaurant is known for its outstanding soba (buckwheat noodles) that is crafted by the skilled owner chef. The black wooden structure of the restaurant is rustic and blends into the nature of Hakone, creating a relaxed atmosphere. The soba is made from carefully selected buckwheat seeds, and it has a chewy texture and a mild, sweet flavor. They strictly observe the rule to a good soba which is "freshly-ground, freshly-kneaded and freshly-boiled". Many people are fascinated by this superb soba.

※ 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.

Source:食べログ

A Collaboration of Carefully Selected Ingredients and Craftsmanship

Under the belief of "the quality of soba is determined by the raw ingredients", only Japanese-grown buckwheat seeds are used at Hakone Akatsuki-an. They mix the seeds with spring water from Hakone and grind them with a millstone for better flavor and texture. Enjoy the soba that is created with quality ingredients and the craftsmanship of the chef.

Source:食べログ

Reasonably Priced Combination Plate of Amazing Soba

The most popular Soba Set (1,500 yen) consists of soba, Akatsuki Tofu that has a wonderful buckwheat and soybean flavor, broiled miso and a pound cake which is made from buckwheat flour. When you take a bite of the popular cake, an aroma of buckwheat and delicate sweetness will fill your mouth.

Source:食べログ

Enjoying the Flavor of Soba and Duck

You eat Kamo Seiro (1,550 yen) by dipping the soba noodle in a special sauce with duck. You will enjoy the natural flavor of buckwheat and the smooth texture of the noodle as well as the dipping sauce made with juicy duck and green onion. For the first bite, try only the noodle without the sauce to savor the flavor of the noodle itself.

Source:食べログ

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