We originally started making Kamaboko fish cakes under the name of Mineya over 100 years ago, then established Minematsu-Honke to offer this healthy udon noodle dish.
Donmen means ‘a large bowl (don) filled with noodles (men)’. ‘Don’ also has a double meaning – we are proud of our local heritage, so it’s a little nod to the name of our local festival, Hakata Dontaku.
We care very much about noodles, ingredients, broth, tableware, and food safety to offer you an enjoyable Udon experience.
Minematsu Honke Inc. was established as a Kamaboko fish cake maker, and we celebrated our 100th anniversary in 2016.
Now we work on restaurant management, food (Kamaboko) production and wholesale for restaurants and retailers, and Pop-up shops at events.
We have 135 seat capacity, which is also available for group lunch and dinner.
Parkings are for 50 cars and for 10 tour buses.
We accept cash, credit cards, ALIPAY, WeChat Pay, etc.