Price a but steep as though the serving is large there is not much ingredients to go with the noodles. But feel good to have a large pot of soup on a cold day. Directly opp the train station and have many tables. Good environment.
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after reading how they are famous for making their own houtou noodles, we arrived at this restaurant housed in an old building. it is a large restaurant, with lots of day light and good jazz music. it was a cold day, totally deserted at 1230pm,...More
My Japanese friends took me to Hoto Fudo (the one that looks like an igloo). The hoto was so very good and I just wished my stomach was bigger so I could have finished the whole bowl! While each restaurant has the same tasty offerings,...More
The staff couldn't speak English. We reached there at 12:30pm and there were a lot of people waiting at the entrance. There wasn't any line or queue number. The shop was under staffed. There were so many empty tables in the restaurant and yet no...More
I took my family to this restaurant because they had good reviews. We had 5 adults and 1 baby. They didn't have seat for the baby and they didn't allow us to sit on the Tatami Mat. This is the only restaurant in Japan that...More
Had the standard Udon, as well as a stew and beancurd skin with rice. All delicious! Location really close to Kawabuchiko station so very convenient as well.
this hoto fudo outlet is located directly across kawaguchiko station so it's really easy to find. We came here during winter and ordered a big bowl for both of us to share. The portion is really big so unless you can eat really a lot,...More
Simple menu. Eating the hontou gives distinctive and rich taste of miso. The cold soba was quite good too.