Wanko Soba is a type of traditional soba (buckwheat) noodles popular in Iwate Prefecture. The noodles are served by the mouthful in tiny wood bowls as if in competition until you say enough. This style of serving newly boiled noodles continuously in small portions is the region's traditional way to hospitalize customers.
The waitress, carrying noodles in tiny bowls, tops up your eating bowl with spirited calls like "more and more" or "way to go". You eat them with various condiments such as tuna and mushrooms flavoured in soy sauce or radish pickles mixed with miso paste. Don't forget to put the lid on your main bowl when you are done, otherwise more will be served ! If you are on the diet, don't worry. Ten to fifteen servings are equivalent to one ordinary noodle bowl.
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