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Kagetsu Udon Restaurant in Himeji
Japan

Kagetsu Udon is a small Udon noodle (noodles made of wheat flour) restaurant with a family atmosphere run by a young couple and their mother.

The noodle they serve here is hand-kneaded and additive free.

They serve larger size of their menu at the same price as regular size.

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