Ise udon is an Ise hospitality dish that is said to have started with "gastrointestinal-friendly udon" served to worshipers who traveled to Ise Jingu during the Edo period.
It's easy to think that the taste is the same everywhere, but the soup stock and toppings are different for each store, and the individuality of the store shines.
Here are some recommended Ise udon restaurants that can be reached within a 20-minute walk from the outer shrine, inner shrine, Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall, and Futamiokitama Shrine.
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A long-established store founded in 6.
Many celebrities are visiting because it is near the Cultural Center where concerts are held.There is also a theory that Rokusuke Ei, who came to the performance in Ise, ate udon at this shop and talked about Ise udon on the radio etc. because it was so delicious that it got the name "Ise udon". ..
The special sauce is made over 3 days using the finest sashimi soy sauce for the soup stock of dried bonito, mackerel, kelp, and dried sardines.Nowadays, it is said that the major "Meat Ise Udon" Mochitose originated.Located in the center of Ise, this shop is loved by the locals.
It is near Ujiyamada Station.
Address: 1-15-11 Iwabuchi, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
A long-established store that has maintained the same taste since its establishment in the early Showa period.
Homemade noodles that are beaten only for the day each morning are made with careful attention to temperature and humidity, as well as salt and moisture.After it is finished, it is slowly boiled for 1 hour to create a fluffy feeling that is typical of Ise udon noodles.The sweet sauce made by adding tamari soy sauce and sardines to the soup stock from two types of locally produced bonito flakes, mackerel flakes, and dried sardines is exquisite.
Gochaise udon is a popular menu with plenty of hearty ingredients such as shrimp tempura, meat, and fox, which were devised by regular customers.Ise udon, which is a set of the famous Ise hail, is also rare.
It's a short walk from Iseshi station, so it's recommended for a drink before returning. (Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand store)
Address: 1-1-18 Miyajiri, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
A long-established store that has been in business since the 5th year of the Taisho era.
It is said that there was a udon shop in a place called Tanaka Medieval Ancient in front of the outer shrine from the Edo period, and Nakamura inherited it in 5.We are proud of the rich sauce that is made by boiling the locally produced tamari soy sauce, adding the soup stock from bonito flakes and kelp, and slowly simmering it for about 5 hours.There is a set of salad and rice, and some people eat it by putting rice in the remaining udon sauce.
Curry udon is also popular with locals.The spicy curry and Ise udon noodles match the chewy texture.Even if you add rice at the end ◎
Address: 12-14 Honmachi, Ise City, Mie Prefecture XNUMX-XNUMX
Founded in the 12th year of the Taisho era.
A long-established store that has been sticking to homemade soup and homemade noodles since its establishment and continues to preserve the same taste.The pure white and transparent udon noodles and the sauce that is boiled for 3 hours or more are the traditional flavors that have been passed down since the establishment.
The set menu is abundant, and you can eat Ise's specialty dishes together.There is also a luxurious menu with whole spiny lobster on it.It is also ◎ to challenge because you came to Ise with much effort. There are also seats on the second floor, which is recommended when you want to eat in large numbers.
The shortcut is to exit from the north exit of Iseshi Station.
Address: 2-19-11 Miyajiri, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
A udon specialty store that is surprisingly rare in Ise.
Tamekabu (also called "mehibi") sent directly from Toshijima is a seaweed with a strong stickiness at the base of wakame seaweed, and it goes perfectly with Ise udon.Once you eat it, you will be addicted to Mekabu Ise udon.
The smile of the landlady who always welcomes you at home is a specialty, and there are many repeaters not only in the local area but also in tourists.
There is a shop just a short distance from the approach to the outer shrine.
Address: 6-11 Honmachi, Ise City, Mie Prefecture XNUMX-XNUMX
It is a dining room that mainly uses Ise udon.
The amount of Ise udon is large and the toppings are abundant, so those who want to eat a lot should be satisfied.
There is also a cafeteria, and there are many meal menus.Above all, it is recommended because the bowls are abundant and delicious.
Located along the approach to the outer shrine, 2 minutes from the outer shrine and easy access.
Address: 19-17 Honmachi, Ise City, Mie Prefecture XNUMX-XNUMX
Not only traditional Ise udon, but also many new Ise udon such as cheese Ise udon.There is a wide variety of menus such as tekone sushi, which is a local dish, and Matsusaka beef rice bowl, which is the most popular among women.
It's just outside the north gate of the outer shrine, so you can eat it at the end of your worship.
Address: 16-5 Honmachi, Ise City, Mie Prefecture XNUMX-XNUMX
It is a restaurant where you can enjoy a wide range of dishes from noodles to set meals in a retro Showa era atmosphere.
The characteristic of Ise udon noodles in Shimosato is thin noodles.If the noodles are thick, the sauce will fly and stain the clothes, making it difficult to eat. Even if the noodles are thin, the unique chewy texture of Ise udon remains.The soup stock of the sauce is a taste inherited from the predecessor taken from kelp and miscellaneous knots.Curry udon, which has a delicious sweet curry, is also popular.
There is a shop about 15 minutes on foot from the outer shrine.
Address: 2-1-28 Sone, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
This shop faces Oharaimachi and is crowded with worshipers.
Considering the compatibility with noodles, we are proud of the sauce that we prepare every day.It is also characterized by being slightly thickened so that it can be easily entwined with the noodles.Ise udon has a lot of sweet sauce, but Okada-ya's sauce is a little spicy.If you add eggs to make it mild and eat it, the taste will change and you can enjoy it.
There are many original Ise udon noodles that are unique to Okada-ya, and we recommend the curry Ise udon noodles, which have half and half of the curry roux and sauce, and the chilled Ise udon noodles in the summer.
Address: 31 Ujiimazaikecho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
The store looks like you have traveled back in time to the Edo period.
The name of the restaurant, "Fukusuke," is based on the image of a popular restaurant from the Edo period, and was named with the meaning that "it has good fortune when eaten."Fukusuke on the shop's onigawara is a landmark!The sauce is a combination of rich tamari soy sauce and soup stock made from kelp, which is particular about dried bonito flakes, and has a lighter taste than it looks.
We recommend homemade handmade noodles, which are delivered in a "taji" similar to the box-shaped container "okamochi" used in traditional delivery.You can enjoy the atmosphere of the past from the store stance to the inside of the store.There is also a wide variety of Ise udon noodles.
Thanks to you, there is a shop in Yokocho.
Address: 52 Ujinakanokiricho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
Tsutaya's pride is that it takes time and effort, uses plenty of luxurious materials that are marginally profitable, and is a sauce made by the traditional manufacturing method.We continue to follow the manufacturing method of eliminating the odor by putting a baked iron plate in the sauce made over about 5 hours as the final finish.
Ise udon that is particular to my husband who eats Ise udon every day and checks the taste."Grilled pork Ise udon" is very popular because it is fluffy, soft and melts in your mouth.
It is a short walk from the Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall.
Address: 2-22-24 Kawasaki, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
It seems that Yasujiro Ozu, a movie director, also patronized the long-established Kihachiya, which was founded in the Taisho era.
We are proud of the sauce that we continue to add and add in half to preserve the taste of our ancestors.
The signboard menu that is said to be Kihachiya is curry udon, and it is a gem that is very satisfying for curry lovers as it is so curry that you can not see the udon.Chinese soba is also popular.
It is about 5 minutes on foot from Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall.
Address: 1-6-60 Funae, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
The characteristic of the long-established Fukunoya from the early Showa period is the generous amount of sauce that is rare in Ise udon.It is so mellow that you can drink it without any habit by combining locally produced tamari soy sauce with soup stock from bonito flakes and kelp. Homemade noodles, which are beaten every morning for one day, have a soft surface but are chewy.Fukunoya's specialty Ise udon noodles are made from water that has been adjusted to match the characteristics of the noodles made from carefully selected ingredients.
It's open until 9 pm, so it's recommended to have a drink after taking a bath nearby.
It is a 10-minute walk from the Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall.
Address: 3-2-1 Kawasaki, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
This is the closest shop to Futamiokitama Shrine.
Ise udon is a set of Ise udon and mini-don, up to Maruha, which focuses on being thick and soft."Salt ice cream" using Futami's specialty "Iwato salt" is also popular.There is also a souvenir shop, so you can buy souvenirs here ◎
Address: 569-14 Chaya, Futami-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
"Menkoro Iseya" in "Ise Sea Paradise Ise Meotoiwa Shopping Plaza" adjacent to Meotoiwa.
Ise udon noodles made from noodles from a long-established noodle factory have a nostalgic taste.After having fun at Ise Sea Paradise, it is recommended to eat slowly.It's a shopping street, so you can buy souvenirs, experience it, and enjoy it all day long.
Address: 580-13 Futamichoe, Ise City, Mie Prefecture