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Hand-made udon Iwashiya

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Masaki is an udon chef who trained in Kagawa Prefecture, injecting the "belief of Sanuki udon" into a bowl of bowls and serving gomen noodles by changing the salt content of the udon noodles depending on the daily temperature and humidity. In order to make freshly made udon noodles more delicious, Iwashiya is in a "self-service" format. Delicious, fast, cheap? This is the way Iwashiya should be, where you can enjoy eating udon with the motto.

HoursWeekdays 11:00~20:00 Ends as soon as the noodles run out
Saturday 11:00~17:00 Ends as soon as the noodles run out
HolidaySundays and holidays
ParkingPlease use the Aoyama Building Parking Lot.
TransportationDirectly connected to Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line, Toei Subway Oedo Line "Aoyama 1-chome Station"


Aoyama Building B1F, 1-2-3 Kitaaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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