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Kotobukian Kitain

1-2-11 Kosembamachi, Kawagoe 350-0036, Saitama Prefecture
+81 49-225-1184
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Ranked #15 of 734 Restaurants in Kawagoe
Cuisines: Noodle
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 14, 2013

After wandering around Kitain temple, it was lunch time so I popped into this little shop just outside the gates of the temple. It has a nice atmosphere with very traditional Japanese style furnishing, and offers both western and Japanese style sitting. The recommended food is soba, which comes in either tea(cha soba) or 'hani'(??) flavour. Menu's in Japanese, but... More 

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Address: 1-2-11 Kosembamachi, Kawagoe 350-0036, Saitama Prefecture
Phone Number: +81 49-225-1184
Location: Asia  >  Japan  >  Kanto  >  Saitama Prefecture  >  Kawagoe
Cuisine: Noodle

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