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Saturday, March 19, 2016

HARAJUKU: Nomura soba noodles and sake... very cozy and nice.

Invited to dinner with 2 colleagues... old times like soba buckwheat noodles.

Random sign... guess they want foreigners to enjoy too.

Fresh seasonable veggies with a great sauce...

Seasoned fish slices.

Fish Tempura! YUM! 

I've only tried rare chicken twice in my life... slightly grilled on the outside.

The sake always comes in a different glass.  Starts from 650yen.

Counter seating with perfect view of the chef and kitchen.

Todays special buckwheat noodle menu!  3 different types.

Noodles made in house.

3 types... 3 very distinctive firmness.

Dipping sauce.

After you eat all the noodles add this buckwheat water to the sauce... its almost like ramen soup.

Overall its a cozy place but nothing on the menu will really fill you up unless you plan to spend big bucks ordering everything.  

Signed Poster!

Earlier in the evening I met 2 Japanese pro-wrestlers!

Restaurant: Nomura
Nomura Home Page:
Address J: 東京都渋谷区神宮前1-20-12 原宿フォース B1F
Address E: Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Jingumae 1-20-12

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