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Echizen Oroshi Soba (buckwheat noodles with grated Japanese radish)

Taste to your heart content famous delicious soba

Echizen Oroshi Soba (buckwheat noodles with grated Japanese radish)

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Despite the simplicity of the dish of Japanese buckwheat noodles with grated radish, you can enjoy most the delicate taste of Echizen soba with this dish. Soba, buckwheat, has recently attracted attention as food for longevity. Why is Echizen soba so delicious? A major reason is that Echizen region is suited for growing buckwheat; the region, located in the higher latitude among soba producing areas, can harvest high-quality soba. Another reason is that buckwheat is ground on a traditional mill stone slowly and carefully not to damage the characteristic flavor. Darkish-colored, elastic noodles are basically eaten cold regardless seasons with tsuyu (soy-sauce-based sauce) and ample grated radish. You can add some condiments.

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