Soba Shop Shojiya (Nanokamachi Gotenzeki)
Shojiya was founded as a soba teahouse in Yamagata Castle during the Keio era (1865-1868).
It is the longest-established soba restaurant in Yamagata.
The Nanokamachi Gotenzeki branch has a modern and open interior that is typical of the city center, while retaining the taste of the Saiwaicho main shop.
You can enjoy a space that is different from the main shop for a weekday lunch, an evening drink set and a menu with more than 10 kinds of local sake and many snacks.
In addition, soba kaiseki is a popular menu where you can enjoy seasonal Yamagata food and soba in a full-course collaboration.
(Reservation required for soba kaiseki until the day before)
- Soba Shop Shojiya (Nanokamachi Gotenzeki branch)
2-7-6 Nanukamachi, Yamagata City, Yamagata Prefecture
About 6 minutes by car from Yamagata Station
From Yamagata Station, take Benichan Bus and get off at Nanokamachi (8 minutes) than walk 2 minutes.
- Parking lot
- No dedicated parking lot (using nearby coin parking)
11:00~21:00 (LO 20:30)
* Due to the effects of COVID-19 opening hours and closed days may have changed.
For more information, please contact the shop directly.
- Official site
- Main menu
Soba kaiseki menu
(all taxes included)
Small kaiseki course: 3,500 yen
This is a popular course for lunch and dinner. It is also recommended for memorial services.
Standard kaiseki course: 4,600 yen
There are about 7 or 8 dishes.
Luxury course: 6,000 yen
A course using more scrutinized and luxurious ingredients. Especially recommended for entertaining important guests.
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