New Year Soba Noodles & Sake - Shirataki Sake
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New Year Soba Noodles & Sake

New Year Soba Noodles & Sake

In Japan we eat toshikoshi soba (buckwheat noodles) on New Year’s Eve to symbolize longevity.

To ring in the New Year serve Jozen sake with these delicious noodles that can be used in noodle bowls, soup or even spring rolls. Check out the variety of dishes here with 25 Slurp-Worthy Soba Noodle Recipes.

Plus, if you ever find yourself in New York between 2nd & 3rd Ave, stop by Sobaya for some homemade soba noodles and traditional Japanese cuisine. They also carry Jozen Sake. Kanpai!