Japanese noodles– tag –
Hiyashi Chuka (冷やし中華)If you come to combini (or "Convenience Stores") in Japan, you can find a dish called "Hiyashi Chuka" almost everywhere you go. This dish is usually eaten in Japan in hot summer days. Although it is so popular in Japan, there are not muc...
Okkirikomi (おっきりこみ)Have you ever heard the word "okkirikomi"? Okkirikomi is a local dish of Gunma Prefecture. This time, we will introduce the characteristics and history of Okkirikomi's cuisine, and the origin of its name. Also, for those who want to try ...
Soumen (素麺)Rice is the staple food of many Asian countries. You will definitely find a sack of rice in every household. However, many of these countries are also large consumers of noodles. In fact, it can be a staple food next to rice. Same with J...
Inaniwa Udon (稲庭うどん)Inaniwa Udon "稲庭うどん" is one of the best and oldest local food in Japan. Without a doubt, it is a great comfort food for many locals. This type of udon stands out from the rest. (You might want to check Sanuki Udon from Kagawa Prefec...