SOBA ike-men (noodle arrangement)

Soba : Japanese buckwheat noodles made of pure buckwheat, buckwheat and wheat, or wheat and tea for matcha soba. Do not confuse with *chuka soba* and *yaki soba* which are ramen (Chinese style noodles).

More about noodle types :
Guided tour of my soba closet

home-made soba

Classics :

Old style soba lunch

Ikura tororo soba – fishy, creamy, chewy

Iwashi soba . Sardine soba-soup

Toshikiri-soba is Japanese New-Year kiss

Okinawan soba

Many variations :

hot salad pasta

soba cube

Crosses en goma-ae et soba

hatcho-miso soba

The “I am cold” Miso Soup

Soba chic sauce

Basil’n peas…

Zaru soba variation

with tomato tsuyu (zaru soba)

Instant ketchup for soba

Dry soba for rainy season

Matcha soba and rei-shabu

matcha soba bok choy

Soba and fragrant tofu

Soba and Five Fragrances

clams around the plate

Soba Mediterraneen (cheese gratin)

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10 thoughts on “SOBA ike-men (noodle arrangement)

  1. WOW. I love soba noodles a lot but never knew there were so many ways of preparing it! So I think this is a brilliant post, even though I’m getting slightly confused by all the different names and different types :D. I always thought it was just soba. I’m clearly not an expert on Japanese cuisine even though I LOVE it. It’s so great that you post every single day, though how do you find the time, you must be so busy!

    And thank you for your lovely comments on my blog too. I love knowing how things are like in other countries. And Japan is definitely one of my top places to visit :).

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