sample sample

Two objectives in our philosophy

More than 30 years ago,We wanted our customers to enjoy safe and secure soba noodles and food in a calm and cultured atmosphere.
It would be such a joy for a person to spend the rest of his or her life in the land of his or her birth, with both parents and children.
There is no
However, the reality is that there are only a limited number of schools and workplaces in rural areas. Hence, young people go from rural areas to universities in Tokyo,
Eventually, they found jobs, got married, and started families. Tokyo's population became so concentrated that the housing situation could not keep up.
To solve the problem, a large-scale Tama New Town was created in the Musashino hills.
In an area where many people from the countryside have moved to, we are considering what we can do for them through our traditional soba noodle restaurant.I did.

We want to connect the thoughts of fathers, mothers, grandfathers and grandmothers living in the countryside with their sons and grandsons living in the city.I wonder how my mom and dad are doing..."
We want to create a space where people are driven by such thoughts while the soba noodles are being served.
Yes, I decided to relocate and rehabilitate a private house in the countryside.
I felt that nothing would make me happier than if I could be of any help to parents thinking of their children and children thinking of their parents, and this thought kept growing and growing. I thought that if I did so, I could become a car family that I could be proud of.

People build houses, houses nurture people.

Carpenters build a house, and the house is carefully wiped clean,
A clean, peaceful house, where wild flowers grow, nurtures peaceful people,
Yes, it is a favorite saying that has been handed down.

The ancestors planted saplings, and three generations later, the saplings grew into magnificent trees that could support pillars.

The Meguro family of Tadami, Aizu, was a family worthy of such words. Mr. Utaji, who was in his mid-80s, was weaving akebi-zaiku in the sun of his shed, and his face was always gentle and calm.

I can remember when I said to him, "I will take your house, but I will also take your personality.
I thought deeply that this is what I want to be like when I get older.
The very idea of "creating a small countryside" is at the heart of this project.
It was an encounter with a suitable private house. The year was 1983, and the snowfall was unprecedentedly heavy.

family handbook

This handbook tells the story of house building from 1874 to 1875.
Originally, it was a form of mutual assistance and lending/borrowing of labor called "yui" in the Tadami region, which is deep in snow.
It is a memorandum, but the more I read it, the more I felt the resilience, kindness, and warm human relations of the people living in Tadami, an area with heavy snowfall.
You can feel it.

The Meguro family and the many people who were involved in this project have filled the bent house with their thoughts and feelings to the next generation.
I hope to be able to take over.

Talk about upside-down columns.

The right window column in the guest room of the Meguro family residence is upside down.
The misplaced view of using a tree growing down the root as a post with its roots the other way around is the most shameful of muneyoshi.
Dare we say, why do we do so?
In this region, Confucianism in the Edo period,Lao Tzu's "know enough" (know your place and don't complain unnecessarily),
It is a lesson that will continue in the family for generations to come.
The following is a list of the most common problems with the
It is always a challenge to keep the fullness of life. It is a single pillar on which the feelings of our ancestors reside.

I heard this story from a mentor while planning a car house store.
Make it good.When you create something that exceeds a certain standard, it comes to life. Things continue to live on their own.The best example is a cultural property like Horyu-ji Temple. A good example is cultural properties such as Horyu-ji Temple. It belongs to the temple, it is a cultural asset of Nara Prefecture, it is an important cultural asset of Japan, a world heritage, and a world treasure.
Like a good painting, sculpture, or music, it will be passed down carefully and given to many people to enjoy.

The Meguro family residence also has such a character and is now a car house.
The fact that it was a genuine minka (private house) from the Aizu region, the fact that it had been carefully cared for for 130 years, the fact that it had been taken over from the ancestors, the fact that it could not be burned, and the fact that the Kuruma family had waited for many years believing that someone would surely rebuild and use it, led to the Kuruma family's encounter with the Kuruma family. This is what led to the encounter with the Kurumaya.

The building is the work of Mr. Meguro and others involved in its revitalization.
I also feel the thoughts of people 140-odd years ago, as recorded in an even earlier handbook on home building.
We believe it is important to pass on such thoughts and feelings to the next generation. Naturally, we feel that the Meguro Family's residence is in our possession. In those days, when there was no electricity, the large beams and chestnut pillars you can see were all finished with saws and hand planes.
We built the restaurant for our customers. It would be our greatest pleasure if as many customers as possible feel this desire and enjoy our shop.

Business Calendar

Business Hours
11:00 ~ 15:00 (Lo.14:30)
17:00 ~ 20:30(Lo.20:00)
regular closing day
Every Wednesday and the third Thursday of the month
Half holiday every Tuesday(Closes at 3:00 p.m.)
In the case of a national holiday, we will be open for business as usual.
(Closes at 8:30 p.m.)

Events in 2024 July

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
June 30, 2024
July 1, 2024
July 2, 2024(1 event)

half holiday

July 3, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

July 4, 2024
July 5, 2024
July 6, 2024
July 7, 2024
July 8, 2024
July 9, 2024(1 event)

half holiday

July 10, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

July 11, 2024
July 12, 2024
July 13, 2024
July 14, 2024
July 15, 2024
July 16, 2024(1 event)

half holiday

July 17, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

July 18, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

July 19, 2024
July 20, 2024
July 21, 2024
July 22, 2024
July 23, 2024(1 event)

half holiday

July 24, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

July 25, 2024
July 26, 2024
July 27, 2024
July 28, 2024
July 29, 2024
July 30, 2024(1 event)

extra holiday

July 31, 2024(1 event)

regular closing day

August 1, 2024
August 2, 2024
August 3, 2024