Tajimi Kotobuki, Minamiten

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Tajimi city in Gifu Prefecture is where the ceramic art has been flourished since long ago. Especially, Mino-yaki, the ceramic ware produced in Tajimi is a traditional craft which has more than 1300 years’ history. The streets are lined with many historical buildings that used to be ceramic merchants’ houses or storage houses. Those building are now remodeled into various shops and make Tajimi city a great sightseeing area for shopping and dining. Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is a Chinese restaurant popular among both locals and tourists for it serves Tajimi specialty menu such as Tajimi Yakisoba as well as the standard Chinese menu including ramen and fried rice.

Address
2-84 Obata-cho, Tajimi-shi, Gifu
Contact No.
+81-572-22-4717
Access
24 minutes' walk from the south exit of Tajimi station on JR Chuo main line and Ota line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-21:45 Open all year round
Official Website
http://kotobuki.j47.jp/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): - 999 yenMenu: Tajimi Yakisoba 400 yen, Ebi no Chili Sauce ni 700 yen, Tamago soup 250 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.

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Comfort Food of Tajimi: Tajimi Yakisoba

More than 20 restaurants in downtown Tajimi belong to a society called “Tajimi Yakisoba research society” and each restaurant makes an effort to serve delicious Tajimi Yakisoba. Among those restaurants, Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is especially popular as the first restaurant that served Tajimi Yakisoba as a standard menu.

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Delicious! Tajimi Yakisoba

The most recommended menu in Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is, of course, “Tajimi Yakisoba” (400 yen). Although it doesn’t look any different from ordinary yakisoba, it is seasoned with spicy miso and goes well with beer or rice. Break the sunny-side up on top of yakisoba and mix the egg well with the noodles!

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Standard Chinese Menu with Many Fans

Standard Chinese menu “Ebi no Chili Sauce ni (shrimps with chili sauce)” (700 yen) has many fans too. Fresh and plump shrimps and spicy chili sauce make you want to eat more rice! The crispy texture of leek accentuate the dish nicely.

Source:食べログ

Tajimi Kotobuki, Minamiten

Tajimi city in Gifu Prefecture is where the ceramic art has been flourished since long ago. Especially, Mino-yaki, the ceramic ware produced in Tajimi is a traditional craft which has more than 1300 years’ history. The streets are lined with many historical buildings that used to be ceramic merchants’ houses or storage houses. Those building are now remodeled into various shops and make Tajimi city a great sightseeing area for shopping and dining. Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is a Chinese restaurant popular among both locals and tourists for it serves Tajimi specialty menu such as Tajimi Yakisoba as well as the standard Chinese menu including ramen and fried rice.

※ 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

Comfort Food of Tajimi: Tajimi Yakisoba

More than 20 restaurants in downtown Tajimi belong to a society called “Tajimi Yakisoba research society” and each restaurant makes an effort to serve delicious Tajimi Yakisoba. Among those restaurants, Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is especially popular as the first restaurant that served Tajimi Yakisoba as a standard menu.

Source:食べログ

Delicious! Tajimi Yakisoba

The most recommended menu in Tajimi Kotobuki Minamiten is, of course, “Tajimi Yakisoba” (400 yen). Although it doesn’t look any different from ordinary yakisoba, it is seasoned with spicy miso and goes well with beer or rice. Break the sunny-side up on top of yakisoba and mix the egg well with the noodles!

Source:食べログ

Standard Chinese Menu with Many Fans

Standard Chinese menu “Ebi no Chili Sauce ni (shrimps with chili sauce)” (700 yen) has many fans too. Fresh and plump shrimps and spicy chili sauce make you want to eat more rice! The crispy texture of leek accentuate the dish nicely.

Source:食べログ

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