Visitors can try their hand at making their own handmade udon noodles. The style is unique to the area and is known as authentic Sanuki udon. "Udon Teachers" will teach visitors how to make old-fashioned udon using traditional techniques such as foot kneading, and rolling out and cutting. After taking a 60 - 90 minute class, visitors are awarded with a diploma wrapped around a noodle stick. Visitors who have tried making their own udon can also eat the handmade udon in the cafeteria Kamaage Udon.

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Address

School in Kotohira 796 Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun, Kagawa
School in Takamatsu 8 Nariai-cho, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa
Tentekomai Uchi-machi, Kotohira-cho, Kagawa

Tel

School in Kotohira +81-877-75-0001
School in Takamatsu +81-87-885-3200
Tentekomai +81-877-75-0001

Hours

School in Kotohira 8:30-18:00
School in Takamatsu 9:00-17:00
Tentekomai 9:30-16:00(while suppies last)

Closed

No closing day for school in Kotohira and Takamatsu
Wednesday for Tentekomai (Open in a big holiday season )

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NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

Kotohira-gu Shrine

Konpira Grand Theatre (Kanamaru-za)

National Park Kankakei Gorge