Make your own buckwheat soba noodles before you gulp them down for lunch.
Central Honshu’s favorite noodles are not as easy to make as they seem. However, it was all a lot of fun and the reward is your tasty lunch.
Like the Inuit they have 50 different words for snow, so it is impossible to translate the word “noodles” into Japanese, as there are many varieties: ramen, udon, somen, to name a few.
One of the most popular types, especially in Tokyo and central Honshu, is soba, which are fi
us noodles made from buckwheat and wheat flour.
Only One Travel will arrange for you to try your luck in making soba.
During the one hour class you will learn how to create a dough of the correct consistency, roll it out and cut it into thin strips of noodle using a special soba knife, not as easy as it sounds! Of course, your reward is eating your tasty soba noodles at the end of the lesson.