It is known for its chewy and smooth soba noodles. They serve “sotoichi soba” that is made in a ratio of 10 to 1. They also serve soba from Oguni that has a strong flavor and aroma in the season (Around 11). It is a cozy soba restaurant nestled in a traditional townscape, and you can enjoy your meal while being wrapped in the warmth of wood and natural texture in the store that uses lots of Oguni cedar. There are various types of Japanese sake, and you can also enjoy sobayashu, which is a dish that you can hold on to the side dish of a sobaya to finish off your meal.
[About business at night] We accept reservations on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays if the owner is available. For the (2 or more people) course, please make a reservation up to 10 days in advance (2 or more people).