Food and Drinks

[Tokyo] Daichi no Udon Tokyo Baba Branch (大地のうどん 東京馬場店): Fukuoka’s Finest Delights in the Heart of Takadanobaba


Hakata Udon Harmony: Exploring Flavors at Daichi-no-Udon Tokyo Baba

Introducing Daichi-no-Udon Tokyo Baba Branch, an enchanting extension of the legendary udon chain originating from Fukuoka Prefecture. The culinary spotlight belongs to none other than the Burdock Tempura Udon, a culinary masterpiece that tantalizes both your taste buds and visual senses. Imagine a generous burdock tempura emerging gracefully from its udon sanctuary, an artistic treat for your palate. What elevates this dish to a league of its own is the precision that goes into its creation: every burdock tempura is skillfully deep-fried upon your order, resulting in a symphony of irresistible crunch and natural sweetness that waltzes on your tongue.

Take a leisurely 5-minute walk from Takadanobaba Station, and you’ll find yourself at the entrance to udon paradise. The Daichi-no-Udon Tokyo Baba Branch welcomes you with an interior hosting about 30 seats thoughtfully spread across cozy tables and an inviting counter. As you step in, a charming ritual awaits – guests get their meal tickets from a ticket machine nestled on the entrance’s right side.


Get ready to be swept away by a menu that reads like a heartfelt ode to udon aficionados. While the Burdock Tempura Udon rightfully claims the spotlight, a symphony of other delights awaits to captivate your taste buds. From the delicate Kakiage Udon to the exquisite Shrimp Tempura Udon, each dish is a testament to the craftsmanship behind udon preparation. And then, behold the Maruten – a round tempura delight that lures you into a realm of new flavors. This special circular tempura, originating from the Hakata region, involves the skillful frying of fish paste. 


Yet, Daichi-no-Udon’s mission transcends mere culinary indulgence; it’s a bridge connecting the rich traditions of Fukuoka Prefecture’s Hakata Udon with the vibrant heart of Tokyo. At the Daichi-no-Udon Tokyo Baba Branch, this tradition flourishes as handcrafted noodles come to life through time-honored Hakata techniques. The broth, a harmonious blend of flavors, simmers with a medley of meticulously chosen ingredients. It’s an invitation to savor the very essence of Fukuoka with every mouthful.

  • Name: Daichi no Udon Tokyo Baba Branch
  • Address: 3-22-14 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
  • Phone: +81-(0)3-3369-7190
  • Hours: 11:00 – 15:00 & 17:30 – 21:00 
  • Closed On: Wednesdays
  • Number of Seats: 30
  • Budget: – JPY1,000
  • Payment Options: Cash Only

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