In this shop, soba, a type of sarasin noodle, is eaten while standing. It is a traditional format in Japan, relatively common, dating back to the Edo period.
The local atmosphere, the speed of service and the turnover of customers can be confusing, but we encourage you to experience it. It is a simple and effective way to immerse yourself in one of the facets of Japanese culinary culture.
The menu offers not only soba but also udon.