Kamakura Hase Shiori-an

Kamakura Hase Shiori-an

A Japanese “Soba” or buckwheat noodle restaurant that is located close to Hasedera Temple in Kamakura, The Big Buddha Temple.
The restaurant is named “Shiori” which means bookmark in Japanese in hope visitors who come by will have great and memorable experience.
They also have two hour course Soba making class for beginners. Easy instructions given by the expert will help you make noodles from scratch.
You can taste your self-made soba served hot or cold!

Kamakura Hase Shiori-an
ADDRESS 2F 1-16-21 Hase, Kamakura, Kanagawa
TEL 0467-37-9484

12: 00-15: 00 (14: 30 last order)


Mondays (in case of national holiday, the next day is the day off).


Soba making experience (meal included): 1 adult (over junior high school student): 3,500 yen / 1 child (elementary school student): 2,000 yen / infant: free (kindergarten or less, meal and soba tasting not included)
Material and equipment usage fee: 1,500 yen per pot (with buckwheat flour 500 g included)


7-minute walk from Enoden-Hase Station.

HP http://shiori-an.com/

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