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Nakano Udon School Kotohirako

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Nakano Udon School Kotohirako

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796 Kotohiracho, Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun 766-0001 Kagawa Prefecture
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Udon shop around Konpira on a cross bike
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Udon shop around Konpira on a cross bike

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・ Recommended for junior high school students who want to enjoy Kotohira and its surroundings by bicycle. (Minimum height for riding a bicycle is 150cm)<br>・ It is a cross bike that is easy for beginners to ride.<br>・ With helmet<br>・ If you run for about 5km, you will find an area with several udon shops. Recommended<br>The staff will teach udon shop!<br>・ After using the rental bicycle, please return it by 6:00 pm on the rental day.連絡 If you cannot return it by 6:00 pm, please contact us in advance.
$14.73 per adult
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Jeffrey L wrote a review Mar 2019
Taipei, Taiwan143 contributions64 helpful votes
Since my mom couldn't walk, we were not looking forward to the visit to Kotohira-gu. And since Kotohira-gu was the only itinerary in the morning, we had thought that it would be a boring touring day for Mom. But we were wrong. The included udon (noodle)-making class at Nakano Udon School Kotohira was a zany but memorable experience that became the highlight of the day. The 40-minute class included kneading of the dough (including "foot kneading' to a dancing tune), rolling the dough with a rolling pin, and cutting the udon. Each of us was even given a certificate of completion. And we even get to eat the Sanuki udon we had prepared for lunch, but that was going to be after I had climbed the 785 steps to the main shrine of Kotohira-gu.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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CapeCarl wrote a review Jan 2019
Eastham, Massachusetts297 contributions93 helpful votes
We had a great time making udon from Takamatsu wheat flour. With the guidance of our Sensei ,we went through all the steps including dancing on plastic bags full of dough. We rolled and sliced the dough. Then the cooked noodles showed up with broth alongside our bento box lunch. Fresh noodles are so delicious. We even got souvenir diploma scrolls after our efforts. The instructor led us through the process with some translation help from our guide.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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DC-3Viator wrote a review Feb 2018
Curitiba, PR847 contributions196 helpful votes
Nakano Udon School is located at the footsteps of Konpira Shrine. The class starts with rolling and slicing the noodles and then moves on how to prepare the pasta. It is funny but with limited English. Some Japanese language skills will add a lot to the experience. At the end, you can cook and eat your own noodles.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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paso57 wrote a review May 2017
Paso Robles, California1,081 contributions211 helpful votes
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This is a great way to both learn how to make udon and have a good meal! The instructor was a ball of energy whose enthusiasm transcended language barriers. When we were finished making our udon noodles we took them to a large dining hall where we cooked them up and ate them with other already prepared items.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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