Restaurants in Kakunodate
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The town's most historically significant lunch spot is this wooden schoolhouse. The speciality is the inaniwa-udon (udon noodles in a mushroom soup; ¥850).
Although it's generally packed with tourists, there's lots of room to spare at this massive warehouse, built by the Nishinomiya family almost a century ago. The food is average, best described as Japanese comfort (tempura, noodles), but dining at long tables under hulking wooden beams, surrounded by authentic period pieces is part of the experience.