Similar to Kishimen Noodles, Try “Imokawa Udon"!
This store’s popular dishes include miso-nikomi udon made with Maruya hatcho miso from Okazaki-City and soba using buckwheat grown in Hokkaido and milled at the restaurant. However, their must-try dish is “imokawa udon,” said to have it’s roots in Nagoya’s famous flat kishimen noodles. This dish recreates what was said to be the best food along the Tokaido road in the Edo period. Using locally grown wheat and tamari soy sauce, the result is noteworthy. Try it either hot or cold!