Tsuzumi Soba

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What comes to mind when talking about specialties of Gifu prefecture's Takayama is its local gourmet food chuka-soba! Known as a famous chuka-soba restaurant near JR Takayama Station is the long-standing Tsuzumi-soba, established in 1956. Their chuka-soba has a subtle and somewhat nostalgic taste that has been passed on since its opening and has been long cherished by locals and tourists alike. The cozy inside is always packed with customers and lines will start forming for lunchtime even before the opening time. The restaurant closes as soon as they run out of noodles, so an early visit is recommended!

Address
52 Asahimachi, Takayama-shi, Gifu
Contact No.
+81-577-32-0299
Access
7-min walk from Takayama Station on JR Takayama Main Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Weekdays]11:30-14:00, 17:00-22:00 (closing when noodles finish), [Sundays]11:00-15:00Closed Tuesdays (open if national holiday)
Official Website
http://j47.jp/tsudumi/
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): Up to 999 yen*Menu: Chuka soba 700 yen, chashu men 1,100 yen, rice 150 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

Committed to Local Ingredients!

The ramen soup is simmered thoroughly using a base of pork bones and seven different kinds of ingredients. The restaurant is committed to using vegetables that are exclusively from Gifu prefecture. The pork used for the ramen's topping chashu are from Gifu prefecture's branded pork Kenton.

Source:食べログ

Popular Go-to Dish with Subtle Flavors

The most popular item on the menu is the chuka-soba (700 yen) with a nostalgic flavor. The thin curly noodles go perfectly well together with the restaurant's specialty soup, using pork bones, vegetables and soy sauce! The soup has a fresh yet profound flavor and you'll want to finish until the last drop.

Source:食べログ

Extremely Satisfying Ramen

Chashu-men (1,100 yen), topped with so many chashu almost covering all of the noodles and using Gifu's branded pork Kenton, is also very popular! These chashu with just the right amount of fat taste lighter than they look and really bring out the deliciousness of the soup.

Source:食べログ

Tsuzumi Soba

What comes to mind when talking about specialties of Gifu prefecture's Takayama is its local gourmet food chuka-soba! Known as a famous chuka-soba restaurant near JR Takayama Station is the long-standing Tsuzumi-soba, established in 1956. Their chuka-soba has a subtle and somewhat nostalgic taste that has been passed on since its opening and has been long cherished by locals and tourists alike. The cozy inside is always packed with customers and lines will start forming for lunchtime even before the opening time. The restaurant closes as soon as they run out of noodles, so an early visit is recommended!

※ 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

Committed to Local Ingredients!

The ramen soup is simmered thoroughly using a base of pork bones and seven different kinds of ingredients. The restaurant is committed to using vegetables that are exclusively from Gifu prefecture. The pork used for the ramen's topping chashu are from Gifu prefecture's branded pork Kenton.

Source:食べログ

Popular Go-to Dish with Subtle Flavors

The most popular item on the menu is the chuka-soba (700 yen) with a nostalgic flavor. The thin curly noodles go perfectly well together with the restaurant's specialty soup, using pork bones, vegetables and soy sauce! The soup has a fresh yet profound flavor and you'll want to finish until the last drop.

Source:食べログ

Extremely Satisfying Ramen

Chashu-men (1,100 yen), topped with so many chashu almost covering all of the noodles and using Gifu's branded pork Kenton, is also very popular! These chashu with just the right amount of fat taste lighter than they look and really bring out the deliciousness of the soup.

Source:食べログ

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