What is Dozuki Soba?
Where regular soba noodles are prepared by mixing milled buckwheat flour and water, Dozuki soba never once sees the mill.
The soba grains, with their skin intact, are soaked in cold water for two days. Then, when it looks as if buds will sprout from the grains, they are pounded in a mortar and turned into a dough, which is used instead of flour.
Noodles obtained this way possess a distinctive fragrance, flavor, and texture.
Except for its eccentric Dozuki soba, this shop is characterized by an unwavering commitment to locally grown ingredients, especially buckwheat from the Yatsugatake area.
The menu changes throughout the year, showcasing fitting soba dishes for every season.