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Hegi-soba noodles

Update:2017.03.07

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Hegisoba is a type of soba that is served in a wooden dish called a “hegi.” Hegisoba is made with funori (seaweed), which gives it the smooth, firm texture that it is known for. The noodles are separated into individual mouthfuls, so it’s easy to eat too!

◎Notable Places with Hegisoba

○Echigo-Yuzawa Station area
Nakanoya Yuzawahonten
Since its establishment, Nakanoya has been a popular soba restaurant, where they make the soba with the clean water of the Uono River, which itself comes from melted snow. It’s conveniently located 1 minute on foot from the station and is a perfect place to visit while you await your shinkansen (bullet train). Soba noodles go great with tempura veggies.
Where: 2-1-5 Yuzawa, Yuzawa-cho
Phone: 025-784-3720
Hours: 11:00AM-8:00PM
Closed: Every Thursday
Access: 1 min. on foot from the east exit of Echigo-Yuzawa Station on the Joetsu Shinkansen Line.
3 min. by car from the Yuzawa IC on the Kanetsu Expressway.
Website:
http://www.umaisoba.com/

○Tokamachi Station area
Kojimaya Souhonten
Where: 758-1 Nakayashiki, Tokamachi-shi
Phone: 025-768-3311
Fax: 025-768-3456
Hours: 11:00AM-9:00PM (last order 8:30PM)
Access: 7 min. by car from Tokamachi Station on the JR Iiyama Line and the Hokuetsu Express Hokuhoku Line.
25 min. by car from the Muikamachi IC on the Kanetsu Expressway.
Website:
http://www.kojimaya.co.jp/index.html

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