Made from natural Rishiri kelp, Mikoji bonito, and a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin; the method for making the soba’s dipping sauce has been carefully refined since the restaurant’s founding in 1994. Enjoy your soba with a generous drenching in their specialty dipping sauce.
Not only can you order a tasty soba dish at the restaurant, but you can also experience a soba-making lesson, instructed by the soba-masters of Mikura themselves! Under the shop owner’s guidance, this fun and challenging experience can be enjoyed by couples, families, and friends alike.
After the experience, enjoy eating your very own freshly-made soba!
How to make Soba noodles
Truly anyone can do it. Here we'll show you a glimpse of how. It only takes a day to learn, but years to master!
Mix the soba flour with hands until it hardens
Once it hardens, ball into one large lump
Roll until the surface of the ball is smooth
Flatten out the ball with a rolling pin. Sprinkle flour on the dough at regular intervals, this evens out the consistency
Keep rolling the dough
Roll until the flattened dough is about 1 millimeter thick and crepe-like
Fold the dough several times
The completed soba 'crepe'
Slice the soba into 1 mm noodles with a special blade
Boil with plenty of water
Drain the soba and...
... bon appétit!
Information listed below was last updated 04/2021 and is subject to change. Contact the business directly for updated information. Note, most businesses can only speak Japanese.
- Business Name
- Izushi Sara Soba Mikura
- Restaurant Type
- Business Hours
- 10:00 to 18:00
- Holidays / Closed
- Irregular holidays
- 129-19 Kobito, Izushi, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture
- Average Price Range
- 900 to 1,500 yen
- Payment Accepted
- Cash, credit card
- Distance from_Station
- 20 minutes by bus from Toyooka Station, then a 2-minute walk from the bus stop
- Language Support
- Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.
- Number of Seats
- 86 Seats
- Private Dining Rooms
- Smoking / Non-smoking
- No smoking (a smoking area is located outside)
- Space / Facilities
- 5 Tables (4 tables seating 4 people each, 1 table seating 2 people), 15 tatami room seatings (4 tables seating 6 people each, 11 tables seating 4 people each)
- Not available
- Not available
- Course / Sets
Set menus available for groups/organizations: (booking must be made at least 3 days in advance)
Sara soba noodles, 3 pieces of sushi, Aemono (Japanese vegetable side dishes) and Manju (steamed red bean bun) – 1,100 yen
Sara soba noodles, boiled fish, 5 pieces of sushi, Aemono (Japanese vegetable side dishes) and Manju (steamed red bean bun) – 1,650 yen
- Soft drinks, beer and other alcoholic beverages
- Izushi Sara Soba noodles
- Menu Languages
- English and Japanese menus available
- 30 car parking spots and 3 bus spots
- Service Charges
Try this Izushi specialty
In Izushi castle town, brimming with atmosphere and nostalgic to the Edo era, enjoy this famous local buckwheat noodle dish, Izushi ‘Sara’ soba. Made from carefully-selected domestic buckwheat flour and fresh high-quality Izushi water, Mikura’s Izushi Sara Soba is all diligently crafted using traditional methods by skilled artisans.