Nihonbashi Yabukyu Ryogoku Edo Noren branch
Enjoy meticulous sake and soba noodles with a history spanning over 100 years at this soba noodle restaurant
This is the Ryogoku branch of a long standing soba restaurant established in Nihonbashi in 1902.
Using high quality buckwheat flour from Hokkaido, their dough is carefully made with a traditional stamping method.
You can enjoy authentic Edo soba noodles at this restaurant that are freshly ground, freshly pounded, and freshly boiled.
They also have a wide variety of sake and a la carte dishes, and you should try out the traditional way of enjoying it called "sobamae" by first trying some sake and appetizers before eating the soba noodles.
They have "Kusabue" shochu limited to Kibachikai that can only be enjoyed at a long standing soba noodle restaurant that has been chosen for more than three generations, and it is recommended to drink that while mixing it with soba noodle water.
Enjoy the flavor of a long standing soba noodle restaurant in Rygoku that has stood in Nihonbashi for over 100 years
The manager who has qualifications as both a sake taster and a wine sommelier has carefully selected the sake
They have multi-course meals with an all you can drink option
They have menus in English
- Name in Japanese
- 日本橋 やぶ久 両国江戸NOREN店
- Postal Code
- F1, Ryogoku-Edo NOREN 1-3-20 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
- January 1st and 2nd. And other irregular closed dates
- Business Hours
Weekend and public holidays 10:30am-10:30pm(L.O.9:30pm)
(1)About 1 minute on foot from the west exit of Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line
(2)About 8 minutes on foot from A4 exit of Ryogoku Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line
- Lunch 800-2,000 yen, Dinner 2,000-4,000 yen
- Credit Cards
- Accepted（MasterCard, VISA）
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)