“Year Crossing Noodles” called “Toshikoshi  Soba” in Japan

People in Japan enjoy this “Year Crossing Noodles” (Toshikoshi Soba)on New Year’s Eve. Ramen or Udon are not used for this and used only soba , buckwheat noodle. Long noodle represents our long life and there are some other background stories why Japanese people enjoy eating this noodle at the end of the year for centuries. Anyway, happy new year everyone !!


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Cindy says:

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    1. Asian Foodie says:

      Thanks for your comment, Cindy! 😉 Same to you … looking forward to reading more post!

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