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Hakatakko who don't know it? A long-established udon store that has been around since the Meiji Era

This long-established udon shop has been in business since 1882 and is well known to all Hakatakko. In the genuine Hakata dialect, "da" sounds are pronounced with "ra", so the store's name "Karo-no-uron" means "kado udon". The owner says, "I want to stubbornly keep the dialect of Hakata and the taste of my hometown," and the udon he serves is a nostalgic and flavorful dish from long ago.
The noodles, which are handmade the day before and left to rest overnight, boast a soft and chewy texture with a firm texture and a good thirst-quenching feeling. The soup, made from Hokkaido Rausu kelp, dried sardines, and bonito flakes, is light but has a deep and gentle flavor. There is often a line of customers waiting in line before the restaurant opens, and the restaurant closes when all the noodles are gone, so we recommend that you get there as soon as possible.
For a full taste of Hakata, try the "Karashi Mentaiko Uron" topped with a whole mentaiko (spicy cod roe)!

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 812-0026 福岡県福岡市博多区上川端町2-1
Address 2-1 Kamikawabatamachi, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 092-291-6465
Open 11:00am-7:00pm
Closed Tuesdays (open if Tuesday is a national holiday)
Car Park None
Access Approximately 7 minutes on foot from Nakasu Kawabata Station on the Fukuoka City Subway (Airport Line)
Approximately 1 minute on foot from Nishitetsu Bus Canal City Hakata-mae bus stop.

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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