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Teuchi Soba Sakaki Description

Teuchi Soba Sakaki is a hidden gem located in the Asakusabashi neighborhood of Tokyo. This cozy restaurant specializes in handcrafted soba noodles, made with the utmost care and precision. The restaurant's name, 'Teuchi Soba Sakaki,' translates to 'Handmade Soba Sakaki,' highlighting their commitment to traditional soba-making techniques.

What sets Teuchi Soba Sakaki apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to quality and authenticity. The soba noodles are made in-house using high-quality buckwheat flour, resulting in a delicate and flavorful texture. The skilled chefs at Teuchi Soba Sakaki take pride in their craft, ensuring that each bowl of soba is a work of art.

The menu at Teuchi Soba Sakaki offers a variety of soba dishes, from classic cold soba served with a dipping sauce to hot soba in a flavorful broth. One of their standout dishes is the Tempura Soba, where crispy tempura is served on top of a bed of soba noodles. The combination of the crunchy tempura and the smooth soba creates a delightful contrast of textures.

The restaurant's interior is simple and elegant, with traditional Japanese decor and a welcoming atmosphere. The wooden furnishings and soft lighting create a cozy ambiance, perfect for enjoying a satisfying meal. Whether you're a soba enthusiast or simply looking to try something new, Teuchi Soba Sakaki is a must-visit destination for a truly authentic soba experience in Tokyo.

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Teuchi Soba Sakaki Overview


1st Floor Inagaki Building 4-chōme-10-2 Asakusabashi, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0053


+81 (0) 3-4285-1192


2 minute walk from Asakusabashi Station (JR Line), West Exit.
3 minute walk from Asakusabashi Station, Exit.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 5:30PM-9:00PM
Mon: 5:30PM-9:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 5:30PM-9:00PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: Closed
Fri: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 5:30PM-9:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 5:30PM-9:00PM

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Teuchi Soba Sakaki Reviews

Teuchi Soba Sakaki Google Average Rating



First visit.
I had a chance to visit Sakaki several times before, but there was always a queue so I gave up.
I waited and visited before the opening on this day.

I ordered the seasonal lotus root and shrimp kakiage soba.
The soba noodles were delivered in about 10 minutes and had a refreshing and elegant feel with a slight yuzu aroma.
The freshly fried kakiage is crispy and piping hot, and becomes even more delicious as it gradually soaks in the delicious soup stock.
The soba itself was just the right amount of gooey, and when I ate it while enjoying the aroma of the yuzu, it gave me an indescribably warm feeling that made me forget about time and enjoy the meal.

I don't usually order warm soba, but on this day I ordered warm soba and it was so delicious that I thought it was the right thing to do.

I would like to visit again and again.
Thank you for the meal!


I visited in the afternoon.
The timing was good, and we were seated right away.

I ordered chilled burdock kakiage soba, and as a lunch special, I received 170g of soba.

The burdock root was cut just right and was very tasty.
The taste of the soba and soup was of course delicious, and I ended up drinking it all with soba-yu.

Next time I go, I would like to try the seasonal soba noodles, although they are a bit pricey.


The restaurant is run by a husband and wife team.
Even though there are a fair number of customers, they pay close attention to your orders.
At night, there are fewer customers and you can spend a quiet and relaxing time, so even first-time customers will find it easy to get used to.
The prices seem to be working hard and are quite reasonable.

This is a hearty soba restaurant where the soba noodles are hand-made and the soup stock is also homemade.
Both the soba and alcoholic drinks are carefully made, and the tamagoyaki has a strong dashi flavor.
The permanent a la carte dishes are delicious, but many of the a la carte dishes that change irregularly are limited edition, so we recommend ordering them when you can find them.

Sake is good, and wine is also available. The wine comes in bottles, but they have interesting labels so it's fun to order.

My personal recommendation is the boiled conger eel. The conger eel is soft and fluffy, and the boiled conger eel is soft and smooth. Sake will go better if you put wasabi on top.

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