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Japanese: Soba

Tone River Soba Shop Description

Located near Iimori Station in Nagano, Tone River Soba Shop offers a delightful dining experience specializing in traditional Japanese soba noodles. The restaurant's charming decor and warm ambiance create the perfect setting for enjoying authentic soba dishes. With a budget range of ¥1,000 to ¥1,999, this establishment provides a great value for a taste of genuine Japanese cuisine.

What sets Tone River Soba Shop apart is its dedication to serving high-quality soba noodles made from buckwheat flour, known for their nutty flavor and smooth texture. Popular menu items include the classic zaru soba, featuring cold noodles served with a flavorful dipping sauce, and the hearty kake soba, a hot noodle soup topped with scallions and tempura. The restaurant's commitment to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients ensures that every dish is bursting with authentic flavors that will transport you to the heart of Japan. Whether you're a soba enthusiast or looking to explore traditional Japanese cuisine, Tone River Soba Shop is a must-visit destination for a truly memorable dining experience.

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Tone River Soba Shop Overview


25031 Iimori Hakuba, Kitaazumi District, Nagano 399-9211


+81 (0) 261-75-3110


7 minute walk from Iimori Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-4:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-4:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:00AM-4:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-4:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-4:00PM

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Tone River Soba Shop Reviews

Tone River Soba Shop Google Average Rating



Volume 4
Value 4


Tasting delicious soba noodle dishes in Japanese style thatched cottage is a wonderful experience.


This restaurant is warm and welcoming with delicious soba noodle dishes, it’s busy on the weekends, which is a good thing.


It is a renovated old private house and is open for business. It's architecturally interesting and I like it. It makes me feel warm. It seemed to be a popular restaurant and was crowded. It's Sunday though. There are only 5 kotatsu seats. I was allowed to wait a little while.
I ordered Tenmori soba and Tori Namba soba, and the soba was really delicious. The careful hand making is the best, but the soup is really delicious. It often goes with soba noodles. I'll be back!

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