Kurumaya is best remembered as one of the soba noodle restaurant in Kiso.
The origin of Kurumaya dates back to the Edo period when they served as a miller for the local govener Yamamura, who governed the Fukushima Sekisho (barrier checkpoint).
So when you include the time when they served as a miller, Kurumaya has 300 years of history.
Enjoy its distinctive flavor, texture and also the taste of the dipping sauce.
Exquisite soba made with the milling technique from the Edo period.
Come and try the rustic but exquisite soba noodle.
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