Shinshu-Togakushi Soba (Daitomi soba) @ The Curry soba at Hanshin-Narao station, Nishinomiya City
It was a hot time.
I’m a freak who eats hot stuff when it’s hot.
A very popular buckwheat noodle shop.
It is along the old national road of Narao in Nishinomiya City.
The parking lot is full.
It looks very popular.
There are both a parlor and a table, and a counter.
It’s okay if you have one or the other.
Drink from noon!
The Best of holidays
If I ask you for a beer, I’ll be here.
Curry Soba is coming
Curry buckwheat Noodles I love the Chinese noodles.
I’m more addicted than udon now!
Curry in Japanese soup
Whether the broth is won or not
That’s the problem!!!
And you get the soup with a selfish ideal
The flavor of the broth wins! Close to Ideal
Because it is the purpose of wanting to eat very very, Okei does not put out.
But it’s delicious.
Buckwheat itself is not what I should be talking about.
Because the warm soba is too long, W
I’ve been forced to do it recently ^ ^
I want to put a Chinese soba in this rude talk to soba shop
What is the important soup stock?
It is completely different from the soup stock and the house rice is made.
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Shop name Shinshu-Togakushi Soba Daitomi
Address 8-29, Gakubundono-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo
Phone number 0798-48-3969
Business hours 11:00 ~ 19:00 (LO)
Parking lot (8 cars)
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