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Japanese: Soba

Sobadokoro Takezawaya Description

Sobadokoro Takezawaya, located near Nikko Station in Tochigi, offers a delightful culinary experience with a focus on traditional Japanese soba noodles. The restaurant's cozy and inviting atmosphere welcomes guests to savor authentic soba dishes that are expertly crafted with precision and care.

One of the standout features of Sobadokoro Takezawaya is its dedication to using high-quality ingredients to create flavorful and satisfying meals. From classic soba noodles served hot or cold to hearty udon and aromatic curry dishes, there is something on the menu to please every palate. The restaurant's commitment to preserving the essence of Japanese cuisine while adding its own unique touch sets it apart from other dining establishments in the area.

Whether you are a soba enthusiast or simply looking to explore the rich flavors of Japanese cuisine, Sobadokoro Takezawaya promises a memorable dining experience. Indulge in a bowl of steaming hot noodles or try one of their delicious curry dishes for a taste of authentic Japanese flavors in the heart of Tochigi.

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Sobadokoro Takezawaya Overview


8-3 Tokorono, Nikko, Tochigi 321-1421


+81 (0) 288-54-3678


7 minute taxi ride from Nikko Station

Operating Hours

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

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Sobadokoro Takezawaya Reviews

Sobadokoro Takezawaya Google Average Rating



There is no English or picture menu so we showed and pointed to photos from Google maps. Owner/chef was very friendly and accommodating. We had cold soba, curry udon and curry soba. Everything was delicious! Our total bill with all that and a side of rice came to 2000 yen. Great deal!


It is famous for its curry,
I ordered cutlet curry udon.

Rather than curry at a soba restaurant
For spicy soup curry
The atmosphere is that it contains udon noodles.

I really liked it.
However, the curry is delicious.
I really want to eat rice.

I also ordered rice
It's best if you dip it in curry and eat it.

The accompanying pickles were also delicious.
It gets crowded at lunchtime, so be careful.


This is my first visit.
I had the popular "curry soba".

Although it is described as spicy
It's not as hard as it sounds.
It's about as spicy as the house Vermont curry.

Because it's handmade
The soba itself is very delicious.

Both are delicious
Serve alone as zaru soba or curry rice
This is the menu I want to eat.

I want to try other menus too
I'll go again.


I went to eat cutlet curry soba that I had heard about🥰
Even though it's a soba restaurant, I could smell the curry from the moment I entered the shop (lol).
The soba noodles are handmade, the cutlets are freshly fried, and the curry is delicious😋
Half rice 🍚 went very well with it 🤩
It's a lot of volume, but you can't eat it at all 🥳
I also ordered the summer soba, which is limited to 15 servings per day, and it was also delicious 😋
The tempura seemed to be okay🤣
It was the cutlet curry soba that I would like to eat again if I come nearby 😊

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