Nagai

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A restaurant located in Shima hot spring resort in Gunma Prefecture, Nagai is a long-standing buckwheat noodle restaurant established in 1924. Although it is a small restaurant managed only by an old couple, it is a well-established restaurant which has a lot of fans among gourmet experts and celebrities from various fields. Customers visit from all over Japan. The secret that makes “Nagai” so special are the freshly served buckwheat noodles. The buckwheat flour is meticulously ground with a stone mill, carefully kneaded for the day every morning and cooked just before served. The restaurant is closes when it sells out of noodles, so visit as early as possible to make sure you get to eat this special soba!

Address
4022 Shima, Nakanojo-machi, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma
Access
From Nakanojo Station on JR Agatsuma line, take Kanetsu Kotsu bus bound for Shima Onsen. Get off at the bus stop Tsukimi-bashi. Walk for 2 minutes.
Official Website
http://www.baseballpark-first.jp/nagai/
Other Information
Opening hours: 11:00-15:00 (closed when noodles sell out) Open all year round (January 1st may be closed) Menu: Zarusoba 650 yen, Ten-zarusoba 900 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.

Nagai

A restaurant located in Shima hot spring resort in Gunma Prefecture, Nagai is a long-standing buckwheat noodle restaurant established in 1924. Although it is a small restaurant managed only by an old couple, it is a well-established restaurant which has a lot of fans among gourmet experts and celebrities from various fields. Customers visit from all over Japan. The secret that makes “Nagai” so special are the freshly served buckwheat noodles. The buckwheat flour is meticulously ground with a stone mill, carefully kneaded for the day every morning and cooked just before served. The restaurant is closes when it sells out of noodles, so visit as early as possible to make sure you get to eat this special 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.

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