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7 July 2015

Sarashina Nunoya, Hamatsu-cho / Shiba Daimon (更科そば 大門 浜松町), Tokyo

The typical Soba noodle restaurant in Hamamatsu cho
 One Sunday afternoon, I didn't have any schedule and have been to cycling around Tokyo. I passed through the first gate of Shiba Zoujoji near to Tower of Tokyo. I reminded there was reasonable Soba noodle shop in this area, and called my friend who stayed around Shiba.
This noodle shop is not so special, very usual and typical in Tokyo. As the other Soba noodle shop, they will serve Kamo-yaki (鴨焼 braised canard), Dashi-maki (だし巻 omelet with dashi soup stock), some Tempura, Soba-miso (そば味噌 parched Buckwheat with miso) and of course Soba noodle.
First I order Taru sake which was stored in the barrel. This custom was usual for Edo to Meiji era. The smell was contained with the raw wood. This style of beverage is very rare in Tokyo. Almost all Sake is sold by the glass bottle and we do not use the pottery pot for storing sake in our home kitchen.
The staff had serve Taru sake in the pot (Tokkuri 徳利)
 
I had Dashi-maki Tamago, Kamo-yaki, Soba-miso, Satsuma-age (さつま揚げ fried mushed fish cake came from the old name of Kagoshima: Satsuma), Tempura and Soba noodle. In this early summer season, Anago is very nice to eat with tempura. They usually get more juicy meat in this season.
Soba-miso: yellow small buckwheat has nice flavour.
Dashimaki: Japanese omelet was made with Dashi soupstock.
Kamo-yaki: braised Canard
Tuna with Wasabi
Tempura of Anago: Fried conger eel
The main: juwari Soba (100% Soba)
They will also serve some special selection by180mL bottle (一合 one unit for Sake Ichi-go).
 
1-15-8 Shibadaimon Minato Tokyo
050-5869-4651 (+81-50-5869-4651)  (For reservation only)
03-3436-3647 (+81-3-3436-3647)  (For inquiry)

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