Kishimen is a broad, flat Japanese wheat noodle, which is slightly thicker and wider than Udon.
I bought mine from Daiso, a packet of it costs $2 and serves up to 3 persons.
I found out about this noodle in Waraku few years back,
but a pity, they don't serve Kishimen anymore.
Theirs are the best! Super Q!
But this Kishimen from Daiso is worth the money too! =)
Dinner's ready in a short time
Cook Kishimen in boiling water for about 10 minutes.
Prepare Soba sauce,
usually 1 part of sauce : 1 part of water.
Usually, I will soak the noodles in ice water until the ice have nearly melted.
Soba sauce goes well with Wasabi...
I love the thrilling feel !
& the soba sauce+wasabi brings out the taste of the kishimen too...
A perfect match!!