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Dankazura Kosuzu

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Dankazura Kosuzu Description

Located near Kamakura Station in Kanagawa, Dankazura Kosuzu is a charming restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine, with a focus on soba noodles, udon, and wagashi (Japanese sweets). The restaurant offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere, perfect for enjoying a delicious meal after exploring the historic city of Kamakura.

One of the standout features of Dankazura Kosuzu is its diverse menu, offering a wide range of soba and udon dishes that are freshly prepared using high-quality ingredients. From classic Kamakura soba to flavorful udon bowls, each dish is crafted with precision and care, showcasing the rich culinary heritage of the region. Additionally, the selection of wagashi provides a delightful way to end your meal on a sweet note.

Whether you're a soba enthusiast or looking to experience authentic Japanese flavors, Dankazura Kosuzu stands out as a must-visit dining establishment in Kamakura. With its delicious cuisine, warm ambiance, and dedication to traditional cooking techniques, this restaurant offers a memorable culinary experience that captures the essence of Japanese gastronomy.

Dankazura Kosuzu Overview

Address

2-chōme-13-4 Komachi, Kamakura, Kanagawa 248-0006

Phone

+81 (0) 467-25-6210

Access

7 minute walk from Kamakura Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-7:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: 11:30AM-6:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-6:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-6:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-6:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-7:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Family-friendly

Non-smoking

Sake Selection

Dankazura Kosuzu Reviews

Dankazura Kosuzu Google Average Rating

4.1

5

Google
For us, Japanese, this is one of the most famous soba place in Kamakura. Among Japanese, it is said that the "chewiness" is the important thing for soba and udon noodle. For that point, I think this place serves perfect soba. And as you know soba is made of buckwheat but at the same time with flour too to connect each flour stronger. The ratio is different depend on the soba place, and I think this place uses more flour than buckwheat. So the soba has less buckwheat aroma compared to the other soba noodle place. It's just the matter of preference.
Anyway I like this place because of the chewy soba and frendly staff, and the desert "warabi-mochi". Just make sure to have enough cash since they won't acccept card.

4

Google
Trying the soba as specialties from Kamamura. It's nice, fresh and the texture is a bit chewy and unique. The mochi is also nice. The place is traditional and so cute both from outside and inside.

5

Google
Lovely service and delicious soba, you might have to wait quite a lot if you don't arrive early. English menu available and very helpful waitresses, loved the experience !

5

Google
Great rest stop to eat while in Kamakura. Food quality is excellent and the traditional Japanese desserts are amazing.

5

Google
This is one of the best soba noodles restaurants in Kamakura, and it's also famous for warabi-mochi (bracken-starch dumpling). Even if you don't enter the restaurant, you can take away warabi-mochi, which will be a perfect souvenir. You can find warabi-mochi everywhere but Kosuzu's one is the best. One thing to note is the best-before period for warabi-mochi is only 3 days.

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