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Tobishima-Village Buckwheat Noodles Workshop Sagami (Soba Kobo Sagami)

  • Buckwheat Noodles Workshop Sagami (Soba Kobo Sagami)

An authentic soba-kneading experience!

Experience making one of the most representative dishes of Japanese Food Culture. After making your own soba, double your pleasure by eating it along with just-fried Tempura bits. Participants may choose between Basic (Kigaru) and Complete (Honkaku) Courses.
*: Soba-Uchi Kneading Experience is available under reservation only.
*: For every pair of participating children (up to 12 of age), at least one adult must be accompanying them.

SPOT OVERVIEW

Location : 〒490-1436
6-167 Takenogo, Tobishima-Village, Ama-County, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Experience Fee: 1,900 yen/guest
(When 2 guests share one bowl, 3,000 yen)
Opening
days / hours
: Weekdays and Holidays: From 12:00 PM (1 session)
Saturdays and Sundays: From 9:30 AM and from 1:00 PM (2 sessions)
*: A session takes about 2 hours and includes the meal time.
Place : Buckwheat Noodles Workshop Sagami (Soba Kobo Sagami)
Phone number : Reservations and inquiries:
Individual guests: 0567-55-0703
Groups: 052-771-5489

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From the Meitetsu Bus Center at Nagoya Station, take the Mie Kotsu Bus 61 Meiyon Nagashima Line and get off at Tobishima-Shinden. Walk westwards 2min (200m).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 8min (4.3km) northwards from Tobishima I.C. of the Isewangan Expressway via routes 302, and 23.

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