Just a few fresh hand-made soba, a shoyu-based soup… simplicity is often a good choice. If you’re in Tokyo try to take some time to have a walk around Jindaiji, not very far from Kichijoji or Mitaka (you can plan a visit of the Ghibli museum on the same day for instance). There is a small area behind the temple that hosts many soba restaurant in old traditional houses. Nice to see, picturesque… and delicious to eat. But don’t be too late, since (as often in Japan) everything closes very early: by 5 pm all the restaurants will be closed !

Gear used: Fujifilm X-T2 + 35mm f/1.4

Soba Delight

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- Lucky enough to have spent the last 6 years of my life in Tokyo, I spend a lot of time wandering through this always amazing city, a camera and a couple of lenses in my bag, mostly Nikon... for the time being. Brand Ambassador : ASUS Inc (Photography)