There are two styles of soba available, thinly cut cold style and wholegrain traditional style. The thinly cut soba has a texture and aroma that goes down smoothly. The broth for the cold and hot styles are prepared separately, and are a perfect match. The gentle sweetness spreads throughout your mouth with each bite.
The wholegrain soba is ground with the skin, in the traditional method, leaving just the right texture and pleasant scent. It is delicious with the broth, but a sprinkle of salt is also enjoyable.
While there are many varieties, the most popular in the summer is the cold soba with citrus and “junsai”. The cold soba features slices of “sudachi” citrus and the cool “junsai” is a favorite among the locals who look forward to it each year. We highly recommend this refreshing dish that is visually pleasing and delicious.
Fukusuke is popular not only for its soba, but the other Japanese dishes prepared by Mr. Nishimura. The traditional style “tamagoyaki” uses top quality broth and premium eggs from a local brand chicken and is served steaming hot. The soba tea pudding has a sophisticated appeal with a sprinkling of gold foil and is quite smooth.
“I try to use local ingredients as much as possible and incorporate only the very best ingredients from around the country in hopes of elevating traditional soba and Japanese cuisine.”
- Handmade stone ground soba Fukusuke
- 947-1 Hayashi, Tonami-shi, Toyama
- TEL 0763-33-2770
- URL http://tonami-fukusuke.com/#info