Awara Onsen Yatai-mura “Yukemuri Yokocho”

Travel Guide - Awara Onsen Yatai-mura


There are nostalgic Yatai-style food stalls gathered on the small street called "Yukemuri Yokocho".
In this area just in front of Awara-Yunomachi Station, you can try several kinds of typical Japanese food, such as Ramen and Soba noodles, Oden (pot dish), Sashimi (raw fish), and Kushiyaki (skewered dishes).

Since each stall is very small and has only about 10 seats, you will get a lot of opportunities to communicate with the store owner in a homelike atmosphere which is usually difficult at the normal restaurants.

Opening Hours

  • Varies according to the shop / facility


  • Varies according to the shop / facility

Access / Public Transport

  • Short walk from Awara-Yunomachi Station on the Echizen Railway Mikuni Awara Line

Address / Location

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