Soba noodles perfectly cooked with a glossy texture served in a traditional wooden basket called a seiro, served with a carefully made dipping sauce.
Eating soba while slurping is one of the customs in Japan that you should definitely try.
One can also enjoy the wonderfully fried tempura or the dashi-flavored fried eggs, called tamagoyaki.
Soba is not only full of nutrients for the body but also very delicious.
※price is about 1,000JPY
Out of the many soba shops in Tokyo that date back to the Edo Period, Here we shall introduce you to the shops that you must try when you visit Japan.
Soba flour is made using a blend of ingredients that change with the seasons.
The proprietress who trained at the famous Iss-an restaurant has taken over the soba restaurant known for having a special Japanese atmosphere.
Soba made skillfully with flour milled by their in-house miller, the soba has an exquisite aroma coupled with wonderful springy texture.
This Soba Restaurant has a varied menu offered by the head chef who has experimented with various styles including Japanese, Chinese, and French cooking. With all of the Tempura offered being spectacular, when you come to the restaurant Matsuou it is said one must try the dish (Kenchin) . The taste is so rich that you can tell the chef is very skilled.
With Japanese milled flour used and the popular Yuusui soba shop, with their one dish of white and delicious thin noodles you can experience the true taste of Japanese Soba to your heart’s content.
Also their Japanese dessert red bean jelly, called youkan, while not being too sweet yet still tantalizes the tongue is also highly recommended.
A leading Soba Restaurant in Tokyo that was granted one star in the 2014 Michelin Guide .
Using a simple wooden basket with no fancy designs, this restaurant won by serving soba noodles carefully made from the best milled buckwheat flour.
This restaurant uses only the most delicious buckwheat the changes with the seasons.
A jet black blackboard stands surrounded by people waiting to enter this refuge of a restaurant known for serving soba that is made by hand from coarsely-grounded flour. When eating this soba you can detect a almost roasted like aroma when slurping on these noodles.
With superior-quality buckwheat gathered from all over the country, matured in a low temperature refrigerator this soba is made with flour milled every morning . This rich tasting soba can also be eaten with just a little salt.