Taste Kanazawa

For many Japanese people who grew up in the 1960sand '70s, udon noodle was a traditional favorite along with yoshoku(the Japanese version of Western-style food) and sushi.
Udon is usually served with toppings like tempura and beef.
Butatthetime, not a few drinkers ordered toppings only to have them with sake.
The dishes without udon were called dainuki (literally means "without base" ) and became specialty in local udon restaurants.
Times are changing and dainuki has died out. However, we Dainuki-ya re-create the Kanazawa' s lost food culture, oering various dainuki dishes.