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Soba: Japan’s traditional noodle cuisine


Enjoy a plate of freshly made soba noodles at Oragasoba Shinsyu in Isetan Shinjuku, where this traditional Japanese dish is best served with tempura, dried bean curd and edo sushi

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Visit the restaurant on the seventh floor of Isetan Shinjuku for a home-cooked meal of soba noodles. Soba – a buckwheat noodle – is a traditional Japanese food that’s even registered as an element of Unesco Intangible Cultural Heritage. Soba was originally eaten as sobagaki, which is buckwheat flour made into a paste with water. Japanese people began eating soba in the form of noodles from around the middle of the 17th century and, today, soba has become a staple in a number of dishes worldwide.

Location: Isetan Shinjuku main building seventh floor restaurant

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