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Soba Sadaharu

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Soba Sadaharu Description

Soba Sadaharu is a charming restaurant located in the heart of Tokyo, specifically in the Shimbashi/Shiodome area. This cozy establishment specializes in serving delicious soba noodles, a traditional Japanese dish made from buckwheat flour. With a rating of 3.49 out of 5 stars and 352 reviews, it is clear that Soba Sadaharu has captured the hearts and taste buds of many locals and visitors alike.

What sets Soba Sadaharu apart from other dining establishments is its dedication to preserving the authentic flavors and techniques of soba making. The noodles are handmade daily using high-quality buckwheat flour, resulting in a delicate and chewy texture that is simply irresistible. The menu offers a variety of soba dishes, including hot and cold options, allowing guests to choose their preferred style.

In addition to the mouthwatering soba, Soba Sadaharu also offers a selection of side dishes and toppings to complement the noodles. From tempura to grilled fish, each dish is thoughtfully prepared to enhance the overall dining experience. The restaurant's interior exudes a traditional Japanese ambiance, with wooden furnishings and minimalist decor, creating a serene and inviting atmosphere for guests to enjoy their meal.

Whether you are a soba enthusiast or simply looking to explore the rich flavors of Japanese cuisine, Soba Sadaharu is a must-visit destination. With its dedication to quality, authentic soba noodles, and warm hospitality, this restaurant promises a memorable dining experience that will leave you craving for more.

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Soba Sadaharu Overview


1f Glacier Building 2-chōme-9-3 Nishishinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0003


+81 (0) 3-3597-6025


7 minute walk from Uchisaiwaicho Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 10:30AM-2:45PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Tue: 10:30AM-2:45PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Wed: 10:30AM-2:45PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Thur: 10:30AM-2:45PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Fri: 10:30AM-2:45PM, 5:00PM-9:30PM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Soba Sadaharu Reviews

Soba Sadaharu Google Average Rating



They serve one of the largest kakiage around Shinbashi-Toranomon area soba stands. Tastes superb!


A quick toast after work 🍻

It used to be very popular
There are only seats in the back,
The rest was all standing and drinking, but
Now the table and chairs are properly set up.
Because I can sit down,
It was comfortable to drink.

3 groups in the store around 19:30 on weekdays,
Even now, the store is almost full.

Alcohol costs 330 yen, which is quite expensive.
It's cheap, so it's a small snack.
While drinking alcohol,
It was said that it would end at the last soba.
It's a store that is easy to use.

We are not quick 😂
I really enjoyed it (lol)

Fresh incense 300 yen,
Fried eggplant 350 yen?
Chikuwa tempura 350 yen?
Grilled chicken with sauce 450 yen
Meat tofu 480 yen?
The price is vague, but it's roughly like this.
There are things on the menu that are not on the menu.
It may be posted inside the store.

The menu has a wide variety of fried foods.

The final soba is Takumi's Rangiri Soba 💴550 yen
Tenzaru soba 💴580 yen
of. . .

Takumi's Rangiri Soba is 1.5 times the size of regular soba.
There is a mixture of thin soba and thick soba.
The texture is fun😊🎵
For Tenzaru Soba, you could choose between thick or thin noodles.
Thick noodles (in the countryside)...

Seaweed, grated radish, green onion, tempura
Please arrange the condiments for me.
You can take whatever you want from there😂(/▽\)♪

It was a surprising service.
You can also get hot eggs later.
It felt like a great deal.

Moreover, the soba is very delicious.
Soba from a solid soba restaurant
It's not at the level of an izakaya.

Alcohol is also cheap
The portions are small, but the snacks are cheap.
Finish off with plenty of soba noodles
Even after drinking and eating a lot, it cost less than 3,000 yen.

Stop by on your way home from work
I thought it was a wonderful shop.
Thank you for the meal.


(Visited in November 2023)
A standing-eat soba restaurant (you can also stand and drink) located 10 minutes walk from Shinbashi Station and 5 minutes from the Toranomon subway and Toei Uchisaiwaicho.
Visited here for lunch.
When I connect to the line, it seems like I'm going to buy it when I get close to the ticket machine, so I try to imitate the person in front of me. Since kakiage is very famous, try the kakiage tempura soba (large size).
There's a bit of a wait once you get inside, but the staff will check to see if there are any standing seats available before serving you, so you can feel at ease. You can take as much wakame, tempura, and green onion as you like when the meal is served. Raw eggs are also available as a service.
Very good service where you can get extra tempura either with a meal ticket or cash when the meal is served.
The taste was delicious with plenty of kakiage on the slightly thick soba noodles.

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