Soba is a representative of Japanese food. Soba goes well with sake, and eating soba while drinking it is a special treat.
Many restaurants purchase noodles, make soup, and serve it as a product.
This restaurant has a mortar to grind the buckwheat seeds, and they make their own buckwheat noodles.
There are still few customers due to the corona, but they ask for one dish and eat soba.
Many of the restaurant’s sake are major staples. I asked for Akabu.
Many of the restaurant’s sake are major staples. I asked for Akabu. Other sakes I have previously drank and reported on include Hakkaisan, 〆(sime)hari Tsuru, Houou Biden, and others.
It is rare to find a restaurant that grinds buckwheat noodles from a mortar, so if you come to Japan, you should definitely find one and try it with sake.
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