Experience the Spirit of Japanese Hospitality, Omotenashi, along the Sanuki no Michi Road –the Spirit of Omotenashi for You, for Here, for Now–
Sanuki udon noodles are believed to have been brought back from China by Kukai, a Japanese Buddhist monk. Because the climate and soil of Sanuki Plain is suitable for growing wheat, good quality wheat has been cultivated here since early times. Dried young sardines, salt and other local resources are combined with the wheat to create what we call Sanuki udon today. Although Kagawa is famous as the “Udon prefecture”, there are also lots of other fascinating attractions down the Sanuki no Michi Road.