English Guide to Hanabusa

Hanabusa is a soba restaurant where you can enjoy homemade soba (buckwheat noodles) made from freshly ground buckwheat and Japanese cuisine prepared by a soba master who was born in Fukagawa, a traditional area of Tokyo.

Hanabusa hand-made soba

Hanabusa's Specialties

Every morning Hanabusa's master of handmade soba noodles puts his heart and soul into preparing only sufficient soba noodles for the day.

Please choose your favourite soba noodle from the following 3 types, each with its own different taste.

Various Hanabusa's Soba
Inaka
Thick soba noodles using buckwheat flour, including plenty of buckwheat seed husks. You can enjoy this noodle’s firm texture with its original aroma and natural taste.
Sarashina
This beautiful white thin noodle made from soba flour is ground from only the kernel of the soba seed. Nicely chewy, it slides smoothly down the throat.
Edomae
Uses ground whole soba seeds (excluding the shell). Takes the best features from Sarashina and Inaka noodles to give a perfect balance of aroma and texture.

Location

Handmade Soba Restaurant Hanabusa

Monzen-nakacho Washoku (Japanese cuisine)/Food & Drink
Address
2-2-15, Botan, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Access
4 minute walk from Exit 2 of Monzen-nakacho Station
3-minute walk from Hotel Lynx
4-minute walk from Tokyu Stay Monzen-nakacho
5-minute walk from Tomioka-hachimangu shrine
6-minute walk from Fukagawa-fudoson temple
Phone
03-3630-4337
Business Hours
11:00-15:00 (last order at 14:30), 17:00-23:00 (last order at 22:30)
Holidays
Sundays
Menu Language
日本語, English
Credit Card
JCB・VISA・Master・AMEX・Diners・楽天

Misc. Charges - For guests who order alcoholic drinks, as a table charge a fixed small appetizer is served, costing 100 yen at lunchtime and 300 yen in the evening.

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