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Iya Soba Restaurant, Soba Noodle Soup, etc.



Well, that's a relief.

I love how nutritious and filling this dish is.

Ingredients include carrots, bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms, tofu, green onions, and buckwheat rice. You sweat a lot in the summer, right? I think it would be a good idea to put this in a water bottle to rehydrate yourself and get the right amount of salt and nutrients.

It's delicious! I've made and eaten freeze-dried ones before, but I've never had the experience of making my own, so it would be interesting to try it once.

Incidentally, in Tokushima Prefecture, buckwheat and rice soup is served at school lunches in many areas. My first experience of "buckwheat-rice soup" was at a school lunch.

And then there is the ivory that sits in the center, which has been on my mind since the beginning.


At first glance, it looks like yukimi daifuku, but it has a more bland, rice cake-like texture.

Although the lady told me to eat it with ginger soy sauce, I took my first bite raw.

The moment you put it in your mouth, the flavor of buckwheat noodles will dong !!!! your nostrils. The flavor of buckwheat noodles is so strong that it hits your nostrils the moment you taste it.

According to Wikipedia, buckwheat noodles are made by kneading buckwheat flour with boiling water to form a rice cake. I also learned that humans have a long history of eating buckwheat noodles, and that buckwheat-like food was eaten as early as the Jomon period (Jomon-era). Incidentally, soba-gaki itself seems to have been eaten since the Kamakura period (1185-1333).

It is said to be served with soba-tsuyu or soy sauce, but at this soba dojo, it is served with ginger and soy sauce.

Take it off with chopsticks to break it up, put a little bit in a small bowl of ginger soy sauce, and crunch!

Oh yummy lol

If I had encountered it another ten years earlier, I might not have appreciated it. I think this is a great menu to taste the charm of the ingredients. If I hadn't come here by car, I would have wanted to grab a drink.

In the end, we drank all the broth, both the soba and the buckwheat/rice soup, and finished it all! Thank you for the food. !!!!!!

When I paid the bill, I was able to tell them, "That was delicious!" and I was full and satisfied.

If you come to Iya, this is one of the places you should visit. You may encounter a little old man who looks like me working there with a whiny smile on his face.

A restaurant where you can enjoy delicious Iya soba. Soba Dojo.

Thank you so much for your help in covering this event! I'll be back to eat again!

Well, that's all for this issue. I'll see you later.

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