Why not try and make the most delicious udon you've ever had?
Learn how to use your hands and feet to make Sanuki Udon and prepare an authentic broth to go with it.
You can eat it 2 different ways, either hot or cold.
Then, you'll make a side dish by simmering the broth leftovers. You'll be impressed by the flavor.
The recipe can be altered to accommodate dietary restrictions like vegan, or halal.
For anyone who's interested, you can also purchase the ingredients used.
Within 5 minutes from Tanimachi Rokuchome Station!
The closest station is Tanimachi 6-chome (Rokuchome), accessible by the Tanimachi Line and Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line. The venue is in a quiet residential neighborhood, conveniently located near Namba, Shinsaibashi, and Osaka Castle. Enjoy a full day of fun.
Each region in Japan has its own kind of udon, but Sanuki Udon is only one that is made using your feet. To bring out that "slide down your throat" quality its known for, you're going to have to get in a workout stepping on the dough.
Only premium, high-quality ingredients used.
Sanuki Udon originates from Kagawa prefecture in Shikoku. Even now they are famous for their udon. In order to make the noodles more delicious, they developed a special kind of flour. You will be using this kind of flour to make your udon. The broth of course, also uses high-quality seaweed, bonito flakes, and carefully selected seasoning.
Make it again at home, with the complete recipe
The ingredients for udon are simple and easy to get all over the world, so even when you go home you can recreate the noodles and broth you make here. You'll get a copy of the recipe with the measurements and steps. The recipe is available in English, Japanese, and Chinese. The recipe is also available in vegan and halal versions.