Kanda Matsuya

A veteran shop for hand-cut soba, made with the same authentic flavor passed down for generations.

Soba

This long-standing soba shop opened in 1884. The two-story wooden shop was designated a historical building by the government of Tokyo, and even today its old-style rustic air and unassuming charm are very inviting.
The first floor has two doors, a dedicated entrance on the right and an exit on the left.
The soba, made with buckwheat ground in the stone mill, is carefully kneaded and cut by the masterful hands of the soba chef.
The final noodles are served with a light broth, a flavor inherited over many years that’s quintessential of the “shitamachi”, old-style Tokyo taste.

Highlights

  • The authentic taste of soba, served in a historic setting.
  • A light dipping broth made to taste.
  • ”Tempura Soba”, a crowd favorite featuring tempura-battered prawn as a topping.

Photos

  • The Exterior

    The Exterior

  • The Exterior

    The Exterior

  • 2nd Floor

    2nd Floor

  • The Entrance

    The Entrance

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Details

Name in Japanese
神田まつや本店
Postal Code
101-0041
Address
1-13 Kandasudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-3251-1556
Closed
Sundays
Business Hours
Weekdays 11:00am-8:00pm(L.O.7:45pm)
Saturdays and public holidays 11:00am-7:00pm(L.O.6:45pm)
Budget
800yen~3,000yen
Access
(1) About 1 minute on foot from Exit A3 of Awajicho Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
(2) About 1 minute on foot from Exit A3 of Ogawamachi Station on the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line
Credit Cards
Not accepted
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)