Fukuoka is famous for many dishes, such as the different types of hot pots, its ramen, and also its udon! What sets Fukuoka's udon dishes apart are that the noodles are softer and the dashi is an integral part of the dish. Here are the best places to try udon in Fukuoka.
Udon noodles are one of the quintessential Japanese foods you just have to have while in the country. With some excellent wheat produced in Hokkaido, Sapporo has a good many great udon restaurants, and best of all, even the best ones are surprisingly cheap! Here are 5 of the best udon restos with dishes under ¥1,000.
Udon is a comforting food prepared in many different ways. It's delicious and one of Japan's soul food. Here's what it is. You'll find here a brief overview of how udon is made, how it can be eaten and where are the best places to have it in Tokyo.
Hakata udon restaurant in Kichijoji serving tempura, meat, and udon bowls with a super rich broth and soft noodles.
"Nabeyaki udon" is a popular kind of Japanese noodle dish often eaten in winter. The difference between ordinary udon is that you make the dish using hot pots. Since the pot is directly heated, you get to enjoy your winter udon dish hot until the moment you finish eating. This post will introduce the easiest nabeyaki udon recipe you can try on your own.
Sato Yosuke is a udon restaurant that originated in Akita Prefecture. They are well known for their delicious handmade "Inaniwa udon", a type of udon noodle from Akita. Today, there have 4 branches in Tokyo so you don't need to travel to the north of Japan to try one of the top udon restaurants!
Any idea what "Musashino Udon" is? This is a type of quite unique udon noodle from Kanto region that originated both in Tokyo and Saitama. This article will review its brief characteristics as well as the best restaurants for it. It is definitely a must-have if you love udon noodles or even noodles in general!