This is not a tourist place, but a small restaurant that serves udon and tempura at reasonable prices for mostly people from the community. The atmosphere is not polished; you are handed a bowl of noodles and shown where to heat them, add broth, and put on toppings. The staff was friendly and brought a little bowl and fork for our son without being prompted, so were obviously paying attention despite being busy. It was refreshing to find another traditional udon shop which has not become completely slick catering to busloads of tourists.
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