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Japanese: Soba


Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station

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Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station Description

Located in Kawagoe, Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station is a hidden gem for lovers of traditional Japanese cuisine. Specializing in soba and udon noodles, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience right at the train station. The cozy interior with traditional Japanese decor creates a serene atmosphere, perfect for enjoying a quick meal or a leisurely dining experience before catching your train.

The menu at Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station features a variety of soba and udon dishes, each prepared with precision and care. From the fragrant and flavorful soba noodles to the hearty and comforting udon bowls, every dish showcases the artistry and dedication of the chefs. Don't miss out on their signature dishes like the Kawagoe Soba or the Kawagoe Udon, which highlight the local flavors and culinary traditions of the Saitama region. Whether you're a noodle aficionado or simply looking for a taste of authentic Japanese cuisine, Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station is sure to delight your taste buds.

Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station Overview

Address

24-9 Wakitamachi, Kawagoe, Saitama 350-1123

Phone

+81 (0) 49-223-7123

Access

1 minute walk from Kawagoe Station (Tobu Tojo Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: 7:00AM-9:00PM
Mon: 6:00AM-11:00PM
Tue: 6:00AM-11:00PM
Wed: 6:00AM-11:00PM
Thur: 6:00AM-11:00PM
Fri: 6:00AM-11:00PM
Sat: 7:00AM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Non-smoking

Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station Reviews

Monju Tobu Kawagoe Station Google Average Rating

3.8

5

Google
``Monju'' is located on platform 2 of Kawagoe Station on the Tobu Tojo Line.
A well-known store.
I ordered kakiage soba for 470 yen.
Kakiage is hot, crispy, and melts when soaked in the soup. it's the best.
The noodles (a large amount) and the soup (thick) are also wonderful. At a time when prices are so high, I can't believe you can eat this for just one coin! Seriously delicious!
It's to the point where I feel guilty eating it without telling my wife or son.
If you take the Tobu Tojo Line, it's worth eating even if you get off on the way. Manjushri is awesome!

4

Google
I wanted to have a quick late breakfast, so I headed here on the platform. There were a lot of customers even though it was around 9 o'clock 😲 My expectations were rising ✨

Since it takes a long time to eat when it's hot, I chose cold kakiage soba. Thin, crunchy soba noodles with a strong flavor of bonito soup is great 😋

The prices are similar to those at large stations and tourist destinations, which means it's a little more expensive, but I'm satisfied with this taste 🥢

5

Google
Since it's a chain, it's not particularly delicious, but I think it's a consistent deliciousness that makes you feel, in a good way, that it's good because it's like this.
Although it has a cheap taste, it is delicious. An image like

I really liked the atmosphere and the food was delicious.

5

Google
delicious! This is about standing and eating soba. Enjoy it once.
Personally, my only choice is kakiage soba outside of the summer, but since the soba is boiled, there's a high chance that I'll have to give it some time, but of course it's delicious freshly boiled, so I can wait.
I'm sure there was a time when I had to wait for kakiage as well?
You might be concerned about the fact that it's at the very end of the down platform, close to the public restroom...
But it's probably crowded around the platform center because of this deliciousness. So I forgive you (lol)

4

Google
This store is located on the Tobu Kawagoe Station platform.
Based on soba and udon noodles, there are many toppings such as kakiage, as well as rice bowls and curry rice.
The price is reasonable and your stomach will be full.
Seating is only at the counter.

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