Inaniwa udon was eaten as a preserved food in the snowy area a long time ago. It is said that it was delivered later, and it was not eaten in general except the Ministry of the Imperial Palace until entering the middle of the Meiji era.
Inaniwa dried udon, which is carefully crafted using clear water and selected ingredients, is carefully preserved through the methods from the Edo period, kneaded by hand and done by hand. The strength of the firmness, the smooth texture, the pleasant texture to slip and smoothly and the throat. It is the best taste that the technique of one child Soden lived.
For gifts, for home use, please enjoy inaniwa udon that will be appreciated throughout the season.
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