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Homemade Soba & Grill Mahoroba

A previous photo studio renovated into a graceful homemade Soba restaurant.

Soba restaurant

The Soba restaurant stands in the corner of a townscape preservation district in Uda Matsuyama. The classic building used to be a photo studio, which you can tell from the beautiful retro interior. It has remnants of the photo studio throughout the restaurant, making it a great photo spot.

The thin soba noodles have been everyone’s favorite since the beginning. No additives are in these buckwheat noodles with a smooth texture. The popular side menu includes pork cubes. The domestic pork is simmered patiently and goes well with soba. Quite a few regular customers come for this pork.

The restaurant offers soba-making classes: For those who just want to see the sensitive and dynamic process, the mini experience course. For those who want to start making them by themselves, the practical course. Choose for your interest level.

Highlights

  • No additives are in these famous buckwheat noodles.
  • Intriguing soba-making classes are offered.
  • The beautiful former photo studio interior.
  • Gallery space available for exhibitions.
  • Children (ages 10 and younger) are declined an entry.

Photos

  • The classic ambiance in the restaurant. You can see the former photo studio in the interior.

    The classic ambiance in the restaurant. You can see the former photo studio in the interior.

  • No additives are in these slender buckwheat noodles with a smooth texture

    No additives are in these slender buckwheat noodles with a smooth texture

  • The restaurant stands in the corner of a townscape preservation district

    The restaurant stands in the corner of a townscape preservation district

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Details

Name in Japanese
手打そば&グリル まほろば
Postal Code
633-2162
Address
1809-1 Oudaideshin, Uda City, Nara
Telephone
0745-97-9855
Holiday
Thursdays
Hours
11:00am-5:00pm
Budget
2,000 yen
Directions
From Kintetsu Osaka Line, Haibara Station, ride the Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Ouda for 20 min. Get off at Ouda and walk for 2 min.
Credit Cards
Not accepted
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