Experience the spirit of Sanuki hospitality along the Sanuki Road Hospitality just for you, just in this moment, and nowhere else but here 

Sanuki udon is believed to have originated when the Buddhist monk Kukai brought noodles back from China.
The moderate climate and fertile soil of the Sanuki Plain proved excellent for growing wheat to make udon noodles.
In addition to its excellent noodles, Sanuki udon is famous throughout Japan for its delicious broth made from anchovies, salt, and other local ingredients.
Formerly known as Sanuki Province, Kagawa Prefecture is rightfully proud of its udon but has many other attractions as well.  

Contact Kagawa Prefecture Tourism Association