Review excerpt: Kagawa Ippuku always serves excellent noodles made in the true Sanuki style. They have to have exactly the right texture, smooth but with a firm chewiness.

The buckwheat grain is ground fresh each day in the small stone mill that sits in one corner of the dining room. Then it is mixed to a dough (with no added wheat flour), rolled out and sliced into fine strands. That's the thud ...

The "French oden" that forms the core of the current menu at this mellow little modern eatery is so light and fragrant you'd be best off thinking of it as Japanese pot-au-feu. The light, clear broth is a chicken bouillon boosted with mushrooms and ...

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