YAMAMOTOYA SOHONKE Honke（Main store）
You can taste the uniqueness "Miso-nikomi Udon" (udon cooked in rich miso broth) and feel the richness of miso dashi.
Miso Nikomi Udon
A long-established store of Nagoya's famous "Miso Nikomi Udon" made by simmering noodles in Mame Miso （soybean red miso） based broth.
It is combined with white miso which is blended with "Kakukyu Hatcho Miso" from Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture.
The clear broth is based on soup stock from combination of kelp, bonito, and shiitake mushrooms is combined. The noodles do not use any salt and are characterized by a firm texture that makes it chewy.
Many customers use the lid of the clay pot as a serving plate and eat it while it cools down. It is also recommended to order with rice.
In addition to the main store which is within walking distance from Yabacho Station, there is also a store at Matsuzakaya Nagoya Store, which is also directly connected to Yabacho Station. In the Nagoya Station area, there is also the Meitetsu Store (in the Meitetsu Department Store) and the Towers Store (in JR Central Towers), which are also convenient for tourists. There is also a store in the "Kinshachi Yokocho" area near Nagoya Castle, which is a great place to visit while sightseeing.
A long-established store of Nagoya's famous "Miso Nikomi Udon" made by simmering noodles with broth based on Mame Miso.
The decisive factor for the taste is the special miso, which is a blend of white miso and "Kakukyu Hatcho Miso" from Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture.
The noodles do not use any salt and are characterized by a firm texture that makesit feel chewy.
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- Name in Japanese
- 山本屋総本家 本家
- Postal Code
- 3-12-19 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi
- Tuesdays and Wednesdays
- Business Hours
- 11:00am-3:00pmL.O., 5:00pm-9:00pmL.O.
- Approximately 7 minutes walk from Nagoya Municipal Subway Yabacho Station
- Credit Cards
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)