JAPAN KISHIMEN NOODLES
Wheat flour (domestic production), salt
Kishimen is the name for a type of Japanese flat noodles with rough and crinkled edges. It is most commonly found in the Nagoya area. These long, soft, and thick noodles are usually served in a white (salt) or red (soy sauce) broth, sometimes with a bit of sweet sake added for extra flavor.
It is a udon noodle that has been dried for a long time and has a strong elasticity and does not spread in hot water.
It is a refreshing somen that has been dried for a long time.
A refreshing Hiyamugi that has been dried for a long time.