This noodles, called "Hyakunen no waza", is an Ishimaru specialty made from Japanese wheat by skilled artisans. This sanuki udon is a thick noodles with angular edges cut with a houcho knife. The very name "Hyakunen no waza" means "100 years of craftsmanship", and this udon has much more flexibility and bounce compared to other sanuki noodles, which we can enjoy while chewing. In addition, the product also impresses with its rich aroma. We recommend trying both chilled udon and warm kama-age udon with warm broth.
A method of preparing:
Cold: Cook for 15 minutes, then rinse the noodles with cold water.
Warm: Cook for 10 minutes.
Composition: flour wheat, salt