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Learn How to Make "Soba" and "Udon" in Kawasaki

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There are many and various types of Japanese meals, but a few of the most representative of Japan are noodles such as “udon” (wheat flour noodles) and “soba” (buckwheat noodles). "Udon" and "Soba" has been served since the 1500s or 1600s, so the food is very important for Japanese people. “Soba” is eaten with a special cold or hot soup while “Udon” is usually eaten with hot soup. “Soba” and “Udon” can be made with incredible ease but the end products are so delicious that it’s surprising – mix flour with water and knead, then spread the dough with a rolling pin and cut into thin strips of noodle. In this activity you will… • Make “Soba” and “Udon” • Watch a demonstration of the teacher making “kakiage” (mixed tempura) that goes well with “soba” and “udon” • Eat! Adhering to the rules that are simple but right makes mouthwatering food. Please take this opportunity to give this activity a try! (Photo by http://www.flickr.com/photos/jannem/3109259294/) (Photo by http://www.flickr.com/photos/jannem/3109258278/)

There are many and various types of Japanese meals, but a few of the most representative of Japan are noodles such as “udon” (wheat flour noodles) and “soba” (buckwheat noodles). "Udon" and "Soba" has been served since the 1500s or 1600s, so the food is very important for Japanese people. “Soba” is eaten with a special cold or hot soup while “Udon” is usually eaten with hot soup. “Soba” and “Udon” can be made with incredible ease but the end products are so delicious that it’s surprising – mix flour with water and knead, then spread the dough with a rolling pin and cut into thin strips of noodle. In this activity you will… • Make “Soba” and “Udon” • Watch a demonstration of the teacher making “kakiage” (mixed tempura) that goes well with “soba” and “udon” • Eat! Adhering to the rules that are simple but right makes mouthwatering food. Please take this opportunity to give this activity a try! (Photo by http://www.flickr.com/photos/jannem/3109259294/) (Photo by http://www.flickr.com/photos/jannem/3109258278/)