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Wednesday, 28 September 2016



ooh! fresh soba =) yum! we tried fresh udon on our last trip and it was so delicious that I'd like to make a point of trying fresh made noodles varieties every time we go to Japan =) great post, btw =)


bummer that she doesn't like the thinner batter.


We had fresh made udon in Tokyo Lynnea...for really, really cheap. Hard to go wrong in Japan.

I know Kat.....we need to change that! ;o)

Soo @ hungryones

Great photos of Buddha and the temples! I like lightly battered tempura too.


Did you go inside the Buddha? That's always a fun experience. The soba-yu is more of a health drink. You can drink it straight but I usually mix it with the leftover tsuyu for more flavor.


I've got to get the Missus to start enjoying tempura that way Soo.

We actually did mix it with some of the tsuyu Junichi....ick....not our kind of thing.

Roger Dat

Has anyone tried any of these lovely cafes in Kamakura?
My grandchildren particularly liked bills for the pancakes ha ha ha


Looks good Roger. Though I really don't have much of a sweet tooth.

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