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Japanese: Soba


Ishiduka Description

Located in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Ishiduka is a unique restaurant that specializes in freshly ground buckwheat soba noodles. The restaurant's name, Ishiduka, refers to the traditional stone mill used to grind the buckwheat flour, resulting in noodles with a distinct flavor and texture. With a cozy and inviting atmosphere, Ishiduka offers a truly authentic dining experience.

One of the standout features of Ishiduka is their commitment to using high-quality ingredients and traditional cooking methods. The soba noodles are made in-house daily, ensuring freshness and authenticity. The menu features a variety of soba dishes, including classic cold soba served with a flavorful dipping sauce, as well as hot soba in a rich and aromatic broth. Each dish is carefully prepared to showcase the natural flavors of the buckwheat noodles.

In addition to their soba dishes, Ishiduka also offers a selection of appetizers and side dishes that complement the main course. From crispy tempura to delicate sashimi, there is something to satisfy every palate. The restaurant also offers a range of sake and other traditional Japanese beverages to enhance the dining experience.

What sets Ishiduka apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to preserving the traditional art of soba making. The use of the stone mill to grind the buckwheat flour is a time-honored technique that adds depth and complexity to the noodles. Combined with the restaurant's warm and welcoming ambiance, Ishiduka offers a truly memorable dining experience for soba enthusiasts and food lovers alike.

Ishiduka Overview


2-chōme-22-11 Sugekitaura, Tama Ward, Kanagawa 214-0008


+81 (0) 44-944-4911


8 minute walk from Inadazutsumi Station on the JR Nanbu Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-1:00PM, 5:00PM-7:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:00AM-1:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-1:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-1:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-1:00PM, 5:00PM-7:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Private Dining Room


Sake Selection

Ishiduka Reviews

Ishiduka Google Average Rating



I visited you on Saturday after 1pm.
It's one of my favorite stores because I feel like they put a lot of effort into everything.
(The photo shows a large portion)

I had 100 percent soba, 28 soba, and a set of tempura.
Juwari Soba had the flavor of soba, and the noodles themselves had a good texture and texture, and the edges were firm.
Nihachi soba, as its name suggests, is a bit milder and smoother in texture than Juwari soba, but it was still delicious with sharp edges.
The soup is dark and just right, and it may be a perfect match for the sophisticated soba owner.
As for the tempura, the reason I gave it a 4 star rating was because the oil wasn't drained properly, so I was in tears.
The ingredients were interesting, including apples and turnips.
I think it's good as long as you drain the oil properly. (Perhaps by chance...)

I think it is probably run by a couple, but they were very kind. It's a nice shop where you can feel the politeness and warmth.

I think it's part of your home, but the store is clean and has a Japanese feel to it.
It feels like a hideaway, and it's hard to tell from the location and exterior that it's a store, but personally, I don't want it to be crowded, so I'd like it to stay as it is.
If you want to make it look like a shop, I think it would be a good idea to put up a large purple banner on the second floor balcony to make it clear that it's soba.

I will be using this again.


Soba noodles while jazz vocals flow. I think the soup that's common in the Kanto region would be better. The tempura has apples and turnips, which makes it a little different. I think people will either like it or dislike it.


My wife told me.
A hidden shop tucked away in a residential area.
Of course the soba noodles were delicious❗️

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