is a popular regional dish originating from Yamanashi, Japan made by stewing flat udon noodles and vegetables in miso soup. Though hōtō is commonly recognized as a variant of udon, locals do not consider it to be an udon dish because the dough is prepared in the style of dumplings rather than noodles.
Hoto may mean:
- Head of the Ohio, a rowing regattta in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
, dish found exclusively in Yamanashi prefecture, Japan
- hōtō, a Japanese type of pagoda. See the article Tahōtō.