■ Soba noodle making and tasting with a master at a traditional Japanese restaurant

Soba noodle making and tasting with a master at a traditional Japanese restaurant

■Overview.

Time required:180minmin

appointment:6

Minimum number of people:2

■price

12 years old or older:5000yen

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Soba noodle making and tasting with a master at a traditional Japanese restaurant

time required: 180minmincapacity:6 [Minimum number of people:2 ]

time required: 180minmin

capacity:6人 [Minimum number of people:2 ]

You will make and taste one of the ancient traditional Japanese foods soba. It is said that soba noodles you make seem even more adorable than your child and you'll get to experience that feeling!

You'll learn the process of soba making from scratch. (sieving, mixing with water, kneading the dough, shaping the dough, flattening the dough, rolling the dough, folding and chopping, and finally cooking) You even get to eat your freshly made soba at the end of course!

Experience Schedule

start time: 14:00

Lecture: what is Izumo soba? (How to make soba noodles and what to avoid)
20min
Q&A
5min
Soba making (Duration varies depending on how many people are joining. (If there are two, 80mins. More people require a longer duration)
80-120min
Break
5min
Tasting
30min
Finish

Important information

What you need:
No need to bring anything (apron and hand towels will be provided)
About clothes:
Appropriate clothes for cooking. (However, it may get a little dirty or wet)

Price per person

■12 years old or older:
5000yen

An interpreter can be arranged for an additional cost.

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Yoshimura Hidekuni

The fourth generation owner of a traditional Japanese restaurant opened in 1901 gives you a lecture about soba noodle making!

Soba is One of the Japanese "soul foods". There are many places where soba is a speciality, but the Izumo area is one of the three major locations around Japan. People have eaten Soba throughout its long history, dating back from the Edo period. The owner of Uoichi will show you how to make mouthwatering soba and how to enjoy it best. You'll love trying the two different styles - "Warigo" and "Kamaage".

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