This Japan hotel devoted to art of Udaan Noodles!
Foodie travellers visiting Japan can now involve in one of the country’s most famous foods without even thinking of the hotel leaving. A new hotel and cooking school in Japan is dedicated to the art of the udon noodle. Udon House is a cooking school and a lodging house in Kagawa, Japan’s smallest prefecture, on Shikoku Island. So enjoy those delicious udon noodles and never leave your hotel.
Bed and breakfast, and lunch, and dinner
Guests at Udon House take cooking classes from Japanese masters downstairs, then sleep in shared rooms upstairs. But don’t worry there are opportunities to get out of the house a bit, including tours of local farms and canoeing or stand-up paddleboarding nearby in the Seto Inland Sea. Nevertheless, if you want to try very local, quite casual and unbelievably cheap (price, not taste!) japanese udon noodles, this is the place to go. The taste is fabulous & great.
Udon House is a cooking school and lodging house in Kagawa, Japan’s smallest prefecture, on Shikoku Island. And Udon House is more than just a place to stay. As much of Japan’s population is ageing and many young people have moved to larger cities looking for work, there are abandoned homes, called akiya, throughout the country falling into disrepair.
One of those homes is now Udon House. Furuta and Harada chose it because the house had a good foundation, a lot of space and was close to a train station.
After that, they handled refurbishments and added new appliances and other technology like Wi-Fi to make it more friendly to guests.