An unusual restaurant in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, where noodles flow in channels to diners - who then have to pluck them out of the water with chopsticks.
The Somen noodles bar is found on a mountainside where natural waterfalls flow past guests.
This noodle is called nagash somen, a cold noodles drifted in bamboo tube with a unique taste of Japan.
Japan's culinary culture has always been a long and exciting story for culinary enthusiasts. Japanese delicacy has helped bring many of the typical dishes of the famous and remembered Mushroom origin in many parts of the world, of which the most famous and popular include sushi and noodles. Japanese noodles are a fascinating world with many types, most commonly known as udon noodles, ramen noodles, soba noodles and somemas noodles with their own characteristics.
The unique feature has become a hit and attracts travellers to try the dish.
This method of eating helps keep the noodles cool, while creating the fun to enjoy, especially for children. The character of nagashi somen is cold food.
Ingredients of the dish are not too fancy, only somen pasta dots with tsuyu, a pale yellow sauce can be added onion, ginger or myoga.
While it may seem simple, the noodles also have their own taste. Producing somen is not easy at all. The thinning and stretching of the somen pasta alone goes through 30 different steps, lasting up to 36 hours.
Because of the sophisticated and special way to do and enjoy, if you want to taste cold noodles in this bamboo tube, you have only way to Japan only.
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