Fodor's Expert Review Azuma-ya

$$ Morioka Japanese Fodor's Choice

Hearty soba is made from plentiful northern buckwheat, and Azuma-ya is easily Morioka's most famous place to eat these healthful noodles. The second level is devoted to the courageous and hearty of appetite, where wanko soba courses—all you could possibly want to eat—are served (¥2,920). The ground floor is for a more casual (and less competitive) dining experience. Keep in mind that they stop taking orders at 8 pm.

Japanese Casual Lunch Dinner Fodor's Choice $$

Quick Facts

1-08-3 Nakanohashi Dori
Morioka, Iwate-ken  020-0871, Japan


Known For:
  • Continuous bowls of soba
  • Lively atmosphere
  • Sets of seasonal local dishes
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Dec. 30–Jan. 1

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