Asanuma Shokudou, Ouchi-juku

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SHIMOGO | Asanuma Shokudou is a restaurant in Ouchi-juku that offers a number of local delicacies. It’s a welcoming restaurant in a traditional wooden building, and a perfect pit stop for weary travellers, especially during winter when the miso marinated sardines being barbecued over charcoal and an open flame double up as cozy heaters.

The most famous food that Ouchi-juku is known for is negi soba, a type of soba topped with grated daikon (white radish) and eaten with a large green leek rather than chopsticks. It’s a unique dish that you won’t find elsewhere, with the leek providing not just a novel way of eating the soba, but a slight spicy element to each mouthful. Asanuma Shokudo also offer a kinoko (mushroom) soba, and for those with a sweet tooth, delicious treats like manjū, a popular type of mochi (pounded rice cake), filled with anko (red bean paste), made from boiled azuki beans and sugar. Try agemanju, a tempura battered, deep fried version of manju.

Asanuma Shokudou

Yamamoto-51
Ōuchi, Shimogo
Minamiaizu District
Fukushima Prefecture 969-5207
Japan

Telephone: 241 68 2378
E-mail: n/a
Website: n/a

Open
Mon – Sun: 9:00am to 4:00pm

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