Hand-made soba made from Yamizo soba, a buckwheat flour produced by contracted farmers in Nakagawa-machi, Tochigi Pref. Served chilled with cold tsuyu, a soy-based dipping sauce.
Using only select flour and natural sea salt, udon is made using a method called nidan jukusei, which involves two strenuous sessions of kneading and maturing, for a body and flavor that will impress even the fussiest udon lover.
Soba adorned with nameko mushrooms and oroshi (grated daikon radish). Fresh karami ‘hot’ daikon from the Shinshu central mountain region of Japan is used to make our oroshi.
Kamo (duck) Seiro
Cold soba with hot dipping soup. Tender slices of duck, home-raised in Japan, cooked in soup with burdock and grilled leek for extra aroma.
Inaka Sansai Soba
Soba served with sansai, edible wild plants, nameko mushrooms, bamboo shoot, shiitake mushroom and a boiled egg. The subtle smoky aroma of grilled abura-age (fried tofu) and fragrant mitsuba herb compliment this country-style dish.
Noodles served in a curry-flavored soup with thin slices of pork and leek. The Katsuo fish-based stock infused with curry spices smells irresistible.
Namban, a soba served in a soup with leek and tender slices of duck. Burdock and wakame seaweed are also added for a richer aroma.
Udon cooked and served in a hot iron pot.
Toppings include: prawn tempura, kamaboko fish cake, slices of Japanese omelet, bamboo shoots, shiitake mushroom, a boiled egg and some fu (baked wheat gluten). Adding a square of Mochi (rice cake) is also highly recommended.
Asahian’s famous tendon, tempura served on a bowl of rice with dash of sweet soy sauce. Comes with a large piece of prawn tempura and four pieces of seasonal vegetable tempura. The set includes: a small dish of the day, pickles, and a choice of soba or udon.