Guide you to various Udon restaurants. Drivers are specialists of Udon. They passed a written test, a field test and hand-made Udon test. The Udon Taxi has original lamp, so you can enjoy not only udon restaurants but also the taxi's appearance!
- Guide you to Udon resutaurants.
- Enjoy talking with the special drivers in the Udon Taxi.
Shikoku, Japan’s smallest and least populated main island situated below and between Hiroshima and Osaka, is famous for its udon noodles. Upon informing a Japanese friend of mine that I was headed there for a trip, he told me to try the udon as it was meant to be delicious. Udon, a thick wheat flour noodle usually served in a hot soup, is a Japanese cuisine enjoyed all over the country. Different regions across Japan are known for being particularly good at different cuisines, and it seems that the kind of udon is Shikoku. So with that, I travelled to Kotohira, in Shikoku’s Kagawa prefecture, to meet the local udon expert who operates under a service called “Udon Taxi” which, you guessed it, is literally a taxi that takes you to udon restaurants.
We can pick you up at your hotel, station and airport in Kagawa. Then you go around to your favorite Udon resutaurants. If you don't know much about Udon restaurants, our driver will choose for you.
You can choose between a 60-minute, a 90-minute and a 120-minute course.
The pick-up locations are: Chu-san area (around Konpira), Kotohira Station, Marugame Station, Utazu Station, Sakaide Station, Takamatsu Airport.
Pick-up at your hotel in Chu-san area (around Konpira), Kotohira Station, Marugame Station, Utazu Station, Sakaide Station, Takamatsu Airport.