Soba and Drinks

16 12 2012

Many soba restaurants in Tokyo double as “izakaya” by night and may have extensive izakaya menus.  This soba restaurant in Akasaka at which I had lunch prior to making the evening visit turned out to be a nice izakaya.

My lunch visit:

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And the dinner visit:

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And at the end of the meal, we had soba as one should in a soba restaurant.  Very nice.

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17 12 2012
Haruko-chan

What a beautiful restaurant! I really miss eating soba. I should learn to prepare it myself. It doesn’t look very difficult. I think the biggest challenge would be to find good quality ingredients.

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17 12 2012
Ayako Mathies

I’ve never really been a soba person coming from an udon background with my mother being from Kobe but I have come to appreciate it more as I grew older.

According to a friend who makes his own soba, it’s an art form and deep!

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