We walked by this Soba restaurant on afternoon – and remarked that it looked like quite a nice spot; and though we were hungry, we continued on to our original destination. The walnut soba stuck in our minds and, fast forwarding a few days later, we wound up being brought to the very same restaurant by a local friend!
She explained that the Kabocha Tempurasoba (pumpkin) and Iro Soba (walnut) were a specialty of Aoyama Kawakami−an, and it was quite famous for them!
We had quite a lovely lunch – and highly recommend this Soba-Ya for all who are wandering through the Aoyama district.
3 Chome-14-1 Minamiaoyama, Minato,
Tokyo 107-0062, Japan
11:00 – 04:30 Monday – Saturdays
11:00 – 17:00 Sundays