Nagashi somen, flowing noodles | Amidaga Falls, Gifu, Japan 流しそうめん

Nagashi somen, flowing noodles | Amidaga Falls, Gifu, Japan 流しそうめん

Japanese nagashi somen, flowing noodles 流しそうめん (new idea: lazy river of noodles......;-)

Japanese nagashi somen, flowing noodles 流しそうめん (new idea: lazy river of noodles......;-)

nagashi soumen  That's awesome I would love to try this. It's a type of restaurant in Japan where the noodle portion is served by slowly sending small bits of noodles down a "river" which is normally bamboo cut in half. You have to pay attention and catch them or else you will not be able to eat them and they don't come back. When the meal is over they typically send down sweet plum noodles to let you know the meal is over

nagashi soumen That's awesome I would love to try this. It's a type of restaurant in Japan where the noodle portion is served by slowly sending small bits of noodles down a "river" which is normally bamboo cut in half. You have to pay attention and catch them or else you will not be able to eat them and they don't come back. When the meal is over they typically send down sweet plum noodles to let you know the meal is over

Nagashi Somen 流しそうめん. Somen that is served by flowing down a bamboo pipe - usually outdoors and only in summer (May to End Sep). This one is found in Kyoto at a restaurant called 京都 貴船

Nagashi Somen 流しそうめん. Somen that is served by flowing down a bamboo pipe - usually outdoors and only in summer (May to End Sep). This one is found in Kyoto at a restaurant called 京都 貴船

Japanese Summer Food “Nagashi Sōmen” flowing down a bamboo pipe - Click for more about Nagashi Somen, in English.

Japanese Summer Food “Nagashi Sōmen” flowing down a bamboo pipe - Click for more about Nagashi Somen, in English.

世界の流しそうめん

世界の流しそうめん

流しそうめん Nagashi somen

流しそうめん Nagashi somen

Inspiration for flowing 'somen' noodle supperclub...

Inspiration for flowing 'somen' noodle supperclub...

Do you know NAGASHI SOMEN ? In Japan we sometimes eat this in the summer. The noodles are placed in a long flume of bamboo across the length. The flume carries clear, ice-cold water. As the sōmen pass by, diners pluck them out with their chopsticks and dip them in tsuyu. Catching the noodles requires a fair amount of dexterity, but the noodles that are not caught by the time they get to the end usually are not eaten, so diners are pressured to catch as much as they can. try it !

Do you know NAGASHI SOMEN ? In Japan we sometimes eat this in the summer. The noodles are placed in a long flume of bamboo across the length. The flume carries clear, ice-cold water. As the sōmen pass by, diners pluck them out with their chopsticks and dip them in tsuyu. Catching the noodles requires a fair amount of dexterity, but the noodles that are not caught by the time they get to the end usually are not eaten, so diners are pressured to catch as much as they can. try it !

On my Bucket List - to try out this awesome looking experience ....Nagashi Somen (floating noodles)

On my Bucket List - to try out this awesome looking experience ....Nagashi Somen (floating noodles)

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