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    Yoshino: Tourist Center Restaurant

    by Rabbityama Written Apr 20, 2014

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    Sozuri Udon

    Yoshino is a restaurant attached to the Tourist Information Center below Tsuyama Castle. It's one of the Horumon Udon restaurants. It's also one of the restaurants where you can try Sozuri Udon. Sozuri nabe is one of Tsuyama's most recent specialties, but here you can get the sozuri (essentially just small bits of beef) in yakiudon. If you like the sauces used in horumon udon but don't like horumon, this is a great option. I was sceptical of a restaurant attached to a tourist information center being very good, but the Sozuri udon was tasty. They also have Tsuyama Ramen.

    For Horumon Udon, I would suggest those who can go to one of the more famous spots go there, but if you can't, this is a decent option for that as well.

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    Mugiwara Boshi: Tsuyama Burger

    by Rabbityama Updated Jan 30, 2014

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    Restaurant Kissa Mugiwara Boshi is a popular local restaurant, particularly at lunchtime. They serve a variety of typical dishes, such as omurice, katsu curry, and various spaghettis. The restaurant's original dish is the Tsuyama Burger. The Tsuyama Burger is slightly hard to define, because what's on it seems to vary by season (I believe they try to incorporate some in-season local vegetables). When I went, it was had eggs and broccoli on top, so it tasted like a breakfast sandwich to me. There are many specialty burgers and burger restaurants across the country, so it's popular to find and try them. I have had the spaghetti here once before, though. It was tasty albeit typical.

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    Kuishinbo: Tsuyama Horumon

    by Rabbityama Written Sep 23, 2013
    Tsuyama Horumon Udon
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    Tsuyama is famous for its horumon udon. Horumon are offals or internal organs. Tsuyama's horumon udon features horumon with fried udon. One of the best places to get horumon udon is here at Kuishinbo. They make everything at the counter right in front of you. While horumon has an acquired taste and is admittedly not my favorite food, the horumon udon here at Kuishinbo was undeniably delicious!

    If you're not interested in the horumon udon, they also specialize in various okonomiyaki dishes which also taste amazing. I really don't think you can go wrong here, and the locals seem to agree. It's almost always full and often people must wait outside before they can enter.

    The prices are quite reasonable, as well. The horumon udon is 770 yen.

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    Somen Nagashi: A New Way to Dine

    by Rabbityama Updated Jan 6, 2009

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    The noodles come down the bamboo chute!

    At Yokono Falls, there is an interesting restaurant called Somen Nagashi (Flowing Somen). At this restaurant, you sit on benches and at each table, there is a bamboo chute. Water runs down the bamboo, and when customers sit at a table, noodles come down the chute in the water. To eat, you simply put your chopsticks in the water and the noodles will quickly pile up onto them and you can then dip it in one of the sauces or eat it plain (The somen noodles taste like angel hair pasta). There is a bowl at the end to catch the noodles that make it to the end of the bamboo chute, so of course it's sanitary! This was an interesting and fun new way to dine!

    Note: Because you eat outside and the water can freeze, this restaurant is only open from April to November.

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