A simple dining room at the Aoyagi Samurai Manor, called Inaniwa Korai Udon (tel. 0187/52-8015), offers noodle dishes, including tempura soba (¥1,260) and inaniwa udon (noodles with mountain vegetables, ¥900). Open daily 10am to 4pm (but only on weekends in winter), it has an English-language menu. Likewise, the Folkloro Kakunodate next to the train station has a simple restaurant open daily from 11am to 9pm offering set meals for ¥790 to ¥1,500 from its English-language menu, including those with inaniwa udon, oyakodon (rice topped with chicken and egg), and gyudon (rice topped with beef).

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