Why not try and make the most delicious udon you've ever had?
Sanuki Udon is characterized by the way it slides down the throat and chewiness achieved through stomping the dough.
Learn how to make these noodles and prepare an authentic broth to go with them.
Even children can do it, so it also makes for a great family activity.
You can try it 2 different ways, both hot and cold.
Plus, you'll make a side dish called tsukudani by simmering the broth leftovers.
The recipe can be altered to accommodate dietary restrictions like vegan, or halal.
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.
Take exit 7 up and continue down the one-way street to the immediate right.
Go straight, and make a left at this intersection.
Look for the big, yellow "Times" sign with "上本町西第6" written under and head down the alley opposite the parking lot.
Turn left at the end of the alley. It's the house all the way in the back!
・There are no meat, eggs, or dairy products, but dried fish is used.
・Can be made to accommodate vegan, halal, or food allergies, etc. Please inform the host beforehand.
・This activity is either in English or Japanese. The recipe is also prepared in English or Japanese. If you would like a copy in another language, please specify beforehand.