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This place is all about soba (thin Japanese noodle). It's located between Tsukiji and Ginzaitchome station, about 10-minute walk from either.

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Kosetsu 03-3543-6565 2-13-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Closed on Sunday and holidays

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It wasn't a fancy place and four of us were there just for a quick noodle lunch. Expect about USD$20 per head.

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Wasabi and soy based sauce underneath

Image 5: Mori soba
Cold soba served with traditional dipping sauce.
The best way to experience soba is to eat it cold. Just a quick dip into the sauce and eat.

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Oroshli Soba
Cold soba served in cold soups.
None of us are used to having cold noodles, but we did appreciate the firm texture.

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Sukimi Udon
Cold udon served with a beef sauce

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It came with a side dish.

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Yonezawa beef sauce

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Beef Curry Udon

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For dessert, an apply jelly with red bean paste.

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