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We had a great time making udon from Takamatsu wheat flour. With the guidance of our Sensei ,we went through all the steps including dancing on plastic bags full of dough. We rolled and sliced the dough. Then the cooked noodles showed up with broth...More
Nakano Udon School is located at the footsteps of Konpira Shrine. The class starts with rolling and slicing the noodles and then moves on how to prepare the pasta. It is funny but with limited English. Some Japanese language skills will add a lot to...More
This is a great way to both learn how to make udon and have a good meal! The instructor was a ball of energy whose enthusiasm transcended language barriers. When we were finished making our udon noodles we took them to a large dining hall...More