Updated: November 06, 2018
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Honmura An - Incredible Soba Noodles Which Were Loved By New Yorkers

It was a shocking news for all soba lovers in New York that the owner of Honmura An closed the shop there and went back to Japan. Today, he is serving the delicious soba in Roppongi, Tokyo.

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Honmura An

Honmura An is based in an old-established soba restaurant in Ogikubo which has been famous for the fresh handmade soba noodles. In 1991, a chef opened Honmura An in Manhattan, NY, which was very popular for 16 years. Then, he came back to Japan to take over the reins of his father’s Roppongi shop. He reopened the soba restaurant "Honmura An" and has attracted many people from all over the country.

Access

Around 1 minute walk on the 4B Exit of the Roppongi Station.

Interior

The restaurant is spacious with 46 table seats. Stylish and contemporary decoration have created the nice atmosphere, where both locals and travelers relax and enjoy eating soba.

Menu

They offer a variety of soba dishes. Regular zaru sobs (chilled soba noodles and cold dipping sauce) is 900 yen. It is simple but you can enjoy the most of the flavor of soba made from carefully selected buckwheat.
Another popular menu item is "uni (sea urchin) soba" (3000 yen~). As the menu says, it has plenty of fresh and rich sea urchin over the noodles. You can have the most luxurious soba experience ever.
They have hot soba dishes too. Tempura soba which comes with two big shrimp tempura (Japanese deep fried dish).
Honmura An offers an unique experience, eating soba with a glass of wine. They have a nice selection of wine and it actually goes well with the soba.

Must-visit restaurant in Roppongi!

Honmura An is definitely a must-visit place when you are in Tokyo! You will have a special handmade soba experience. The owner and staff are friendly and understand English. English menu is available too.
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I love traveling and eating. My favorites are everything matcha and cheesecakes.

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