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Dotombori Imai honten

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Keiichi
Keiichi
September 30, 2017
Step into an oasis of calm amid Dōtombori's chaos to be welcomed by kimono-clad staff at one of the area's oldest and most revered udon specialists. Try kitsune udon – noodles topped with soup-soaked slices of fried tofu. Look for the traditional exterior, and the willow tree outside.
Kimi, Masa
Kimi, Masa
October 28, 2017
It's a famous restaurant for Udon the Japanese noodle
Asuka
Asuka
December 14, 2019
Nice udon- the soup is soooo nice ! The oily beancurd is super yummy ! Pretty filling though the portions are not so big. Nabayaki udon has everything in it incase U want a variety.
堀口
堀口
November 5, 2017
This classic old soba and udon shop is a calm refuge among the chaos of the Dotombori Arcade. The noodles are merely average, but the setting is very nice. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Momo&Masaki
Momo&Masaki
November 25, 2017
Dotombori area The area will amaze your eyes by the colorful neon signs. Just take some nice selfies with the famous neon sign of Glico’s guy. The place where the guy of neon sign is located just on the main street to go to Shinsaibashi from Namba. So,You will find it very easily! On the street,…

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Ubicación
7, Ōsaka-fu 542-0071
Teléfono+81 6-6211-0319
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