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Handmade Soba Satoyama

Sightseeing Spots | Visit Chiba | Latest update:2023/12/05

While ramen gets a lot of international attention for its flashy taste and appearance, the king of Japanese noodles has always been soba (buckwheat noodles). Here at Satoyama, a rare breed of buckwheat from Chiba is used to give the noodles an unparalleled texture and flavor. Additionally, Satoyama offers a class where you can try making, and of course, eating your own soba noodles, with the option of a longer, ten-session course to bring you up to the level of amateur soba maker! Soba is healthy, delicious, and could even be a new hobby if you take a trip here.

1080 Kawana, Futtsu City

(About an 8-minute taxi ride from JR Aohori Station)



  • Written communication for the hearing impaired
  • Service dogs permitted

*There is no dedicated parking space for the disabled, but the parking lot directly adjacent to the facility has ample parking. There is no wheelchair ramp, but wheelchair users are admitted by being carried in by assistants. Service dogs are permitted, but must use a private room and require a reservation in advance. There is no designated breast-feeding room, but a separate room can be made available.

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