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Enjoy Luxurious “Hiyaten Oroshi” Sanuki Udon at the Source.
Kagawa Prefecture is so packed with famous sanuki udon restaurants that it’s earned the nickname “Udon Prefecture.” Among these restaurants is the extremely popular “Okasen.”
Their most popular dish is their trademarked original “hiyaten oroshi” udon. It is a super-luxurious take on sanuki udon, with two giant tempura shrimp sticking out of the bowl and resting atop freshly-cooked udon noodles that have been shocked with cold water. Not only does the dish look spectacular, but its components are all in perfect harmony – the noodles are perfectly chewy and go down easy, the tempura are hot and crispy, and the soup’s broth is pleasantly mellow. The secret ingredient, lemon, also helps to stir up your appetite!
You can also enjoy the chewy texture of sanuki udon noodles here through classic sanuki udon dishes that udon fans are sure to love, like “kijoyu (cold)” and “kamaage.” We also recommend trying their year-round special “niku-hiyashi” and “nabeyaki”!
A sanuki udon restaurant that often has lines outside, super popular even in the home of sanuki udon Kagawa Prefecture.
Their most popular dish is the luxurious take on sanuki udon “hiyaten oroshi,” which has been registered with a trademark.
Various dishes available, from standard to seasonal.
Many sanuki udon restaurants are self-service, but Okasen has thorough staff-based service.
The interior is decorated with a Japanese style, making it popular with foreign tourists.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 129-10 Hama8bancho, Ayautagun Utazucho, Kagawa
- Business Hours
- 11:00am - 7:00pm
- Mondays and Tuesdays (open on public holidays)
- 500 yen -1,000 yen
- About a 12-minute walk from the JR Yosan Line’s Utazu Station
- Credit Cards
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)