Udon is a noodle dish that has been eaten in Japan for a long time. It originally originated in China and was brought to Japan in the Heian period.
We also eat udon for lunch once or twice a week.
Udon Menu: You can order Tempura (100 yen each tempura, chicken, vegetables and seasonal things) separately with UDON.
Soba are thin whole wheat noodles and Udon thick and white wheat noodles. Most Japanese noodle shops serve soba and udon cooked in various ways. They are usually served in a bowl containing a light, bonito flavored broth, but can also be taken cold and served on a bamboo tray with a cold broth for dipping.
The most popular cold noodles are ZARUSOBA, served with cut nori (cut seaweed) on top. They are accompanied by a small WASABI plate that must be put in a cup of thistle. you have to dive. At the end of the meal, the waiter adds a little hot broth to mix with the leftover sauce, and drinks as he likes.
Here, they are not expensive. 500 yen ~ 1,000 yen each Soba. You can choose the ingredients over the Soba, vegetables, fish …