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Nanakoshi Chaya is a more than 50-year-long established udon restaurant which stands in a very good location near Mie’s representative popular sightseeing spots: Toba Aquarium and Mikimoto Pearl Island. They serve a rich variety of local dishes found only in Ise Shima such as Ise udon (thick wheat noodle) which is the restaurant’s featured dish and Ise’s specialty, “Ise imo tororo” used with Ise imo which is a kind of yam known as a luxury food, “Tekone-zushi”, etc. In autumn and winter, you can also enjoy local oyster dishes.
- 3-4-32 Toba, Toba-shi, Mie
- Contact No.
- 10-min walk from Toba Station JR Tokai Sangu Line or Kintetsu Toba Line
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 19:00Closed on Wednesday and January 1st (Closed on dinner time on Thursday. Open if Wednesday is a national holiday)
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average price (one person): 1,000 yen -*Menu: Tempura Ise udon 750 yen, Yamanoimo tororojiru udon 750 yen, Tekone-zushi zen (ume) 1,300 yen
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Pride in Homemade Noodle
Nanakoshi Chaya has a rich variety of udon such as the specialty Ise udon, Zaru udon, Tempura udon. Noodle used for these dishes is homemade spending time and effort every day. Its characteristic is a firm and springy texture.
Ise Udon’s Springy Texture
The restaurant’s popular dish is “Tempura Ise udon” (750 yen) which is Ise udon having thick and springy noodle topped with crispy tempura. The thick tamari-soy-sauce soup goes well not only with noodle but also with tempura. The tempura’s coating soaked with the little bit stronger salty-sweet soup arouses your appetite more and more!
Set Menu Includes Superb Fisherman’s Meal
Tekone-zushi zen (ume) (1,300 yen) is a popular set meal which consists of a Ise Shima district’s local dish Ise udon and a fisherman’s meal Tekone-suzhi which has been handed down in this area! Tekone-zushi in which vinegared rice has mellow soy-sauce taste and slices of bonito marinated with soy sauce on it will get you addicted once you try it!