Benisansui soba shop (Beni-no-Kura)
Benisansui was open in 2009 as a shop that serves soba noodles and regional cuisine.
Inside the shop there are tables with chairs and seats that surround the traditional sunken hearth.
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- Shop name
- Benisansui soba shop (Beni-no-Kura)
2-1-8 Tokamachi, Yamagata City
● Walk from JR Yamagata Station: 10 minutes Bus: Get off at “Tokamachi Beni-no-Kura-mae” * It is convenient to use the 100 yen loop bus Benichan.
● 10 minutes by car from Yamagata Zao IC
- Parking lot
- Yes (on the east side)
11:00~15:00 & 17:00~21:00 (last order at 20:30)
Monday (or next Tuesday if Monday is a holiday)
January 1, 2 and 3
* Opening hours and days may be different due to COVID-19. Please inquire directly with the shop before visiting.
- Official site
- Main menu
◆ Ni-hachi ita-soba (with warabi fern marinated in ginger)
Small (1.5 servings) 1,100 yen (tax included 1,210 yen) Large (3 servings) 2,100 yen (tax included 2,310 yen)
◆ [Limited quantities] Juwari ita-soba (with warabi fern marinated in ginger)
Light (1.5 servings) 1,400 yen (tax included 1,540 yen) I’m going (3 servings) 2,500 yen (tax included 2,750 yen)
◆ Set menu (daytime only)
Seasonal ingredients used (changes monthly) 1,400 yen (tax included 1,540 yen)
◆ Weekday-only lunch menu is also available.
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