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Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza

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Japanese: Soba

Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza Description

Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza is a hidden gem located in the heart of Tokyo's Tsukiji neighborhood. This cozy restaurant specializes in handcrafted soba noodles, making it a must-visit for noodle enthusiasts. With its rustic decor and traditional Japanese ambiance, Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments.

The menu at Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza features a variety of soba dishes, each made with care and precision. From classic zaru soba, served cold with a flavorful dipping sauce, to warm bowls of kake soba, topped with scallions and tempura, there is something to satisfy every palate. The noodles themselves are the star of the show, made in-house using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations.

What truly distinguishes Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza is its commitment to quality and authenticity. The restaurant sources only the finest ingredients, ensuring that each dish is bursting with flavor. Whether you're a soba connoisseur or simply looking to try something new, Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza is a must-visit destination for a truly memorable dining experience.

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Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza Overview


Futaba Building 8-chōme-18-6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-5565-0055


5 minute walk from Higashi-Ginza Station (Toei Hibiya Line) towards Shimbashi Enbujo.
3 minute walk from Tsukiji Market Station (Toei Oedo Line).

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:30PM
Tue: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:30PM
Wed: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:30PM
Thur: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:30PM
Fri: 11:30AM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-8:30PM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted



Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza Reviews

Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza Google Average Rating



one of my best memory of Japan: Teuchisoba Narutomi Ginza 手打ち 蕎麦 成冨 銀座店. It took me 55mn to get in, but it was def worth it! The food is delicious, real pieces of art. The boss is treating every meal with so much respect of the ingredients he’s cooking, and with very precise gestures that even watching that was a real pleasure. I meet a local girl who became a friend for the lunch time, sharing a beautiful meal to discover this place specialities. Tempuras and soba were the best I had in Japan. This was an experience I’ll never forget for sure 😍🤩😋


Got there just after they opened up on a weekday and were seated quickly. Note: my wife and I don't speak Japanese at all however we're Asian. We said very little and didn't ask the waitress if she spoke english. The restaurant might turn away non-Japanese speakers because they speak little or no english or don't have time to translate every item on the menu for you. Also, they probably don't want to to order something without knowing what it is and risk you not liking it.

After looking at the menu (all in Japanese) we showed the waitress what we wanted by pointing at pictures on the restaurant's google review page. The waitress was polite and pointed at the corresponding item on the menu to make sure we were ok with the price (also in Japanese).

We both got cold soba with different types of tempura, some sliced duck and what turned out to be grilled miso paste. Food took a while to come out but understandable given how well prepared the dishes were. We weren't too sure what to do with the grilled miso. We ate a little bit and put it in our soba. Everything was pretty tasty.

The restaurant itself is decently sized with a mixture of counter and table seating. Understated decor. Sitting there, we felt like this was a very local place. Had a great adventure there and would love to try more dishes. A little advice: doing some prep/homework goes a long way.


Just to be clear, they don’t reject foreigners. They reject foreigners that can’t speak Japanese and for a good reason. The staff doesn’t speak any English, the menu is only in Japanese with traditional written Kanji and there is no pictures! If you can’t read then it’s gonna be very hard for the client and the staff too.

The food was good but it took them a very long time to make it. In my opinion it was a little pricey as I’ve had similar tasting food soba for less than ¥1,980.

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