Curry udon (カレーうどん)Curry udon is a beloved Japanese dish that combines the comforting flavors of curry with the satisfying slurp of udon noodles. This simple yet hearty dish has won the hearts of many, offering a delightful fusion of Japanese and Western c...
Tanuki Udon (たぬきうどん）Udon is thick noodle made from wheat flour, often used in Japanese food. There are several ways to cook and serve udon. However, two of the most popular udon are probably Tanuki udon and Kitsune udon, which are both named after animals (...
Kashiwa Udon (かしわうどん)Udon is one of the most common noodles in Japan. Many people love to enjoy it in its simplest form. In addition to that, they consider it as their comfort as well. Hence, they were able to develop different dishes out of these thick nood...
Miso Nikomi Udon (味噌煮込みうどん)"Miso nikomi udon" is a dish made by simmering raw noodles in a clay pot with bonito flakes in the soup made with hatcho miso, which is a standard in the Nagoya area. It is famous as a Nagoya specialty you can find in various parts of t...
Ise Udon (伊勢うどん)Ise Udon is a thick and soft noodle with a unique dark sauce that combines dashi stock and Ise damari. It is a representative of "Yawa udon" and is loved as a local dish of Ise. Originally, it was the "original fast food" born in the Ed...
Inaniwa Udon (稲庭うどん)Inaniwa Udon "稲庭うどん" is one of the best and oldest local food in Japan. Without a doubt, it is a great comfort food for many locals. This type of udon stands out from the rest. (You might want to check Sanuki Udon from Kagawa Prefec...
Gyudon (牛丼)【Introduction to Gyudon】 Gyudon is a traditional food in the Kanto region of Japan. It is a dish in which locals boiled the sliced beef, onions, etc. in soy sauce and placed on top of rice served in a bowl. Other types of rice dishes...
Sanuki Udon (讃岐うどん)We often say "Speaking of udon, Sanuki udon in Kagawa Prefecture", but what is the difference between Sanuki udon and other udon? Have you ever wondered? In this article, we will introduce the characteristics of Sanuki udon and how it di...
Yoshida Udon (吉田うどん)Characterized by its firm and thick flour noodles. Made with a broth of a miso or soy sauce blend and typically with boiled cabbage. Fujiyoshida's famous specialty udon.
Kumagaya Udon (熊谷うどん)Along with Kagawa prefecture, which is known as "Udon Prefecture", Saitama Prefecture is also the "Udon Kingdom". The production volume is the second largest in Japan. Since ancient times, udon has been eaten in various situations in the...