Do you feel pretty confident in your chopsticks skills? If so, you might be ready to try nagashi somen, a fun Japanese eating style that serves noodles not in a bowl or a plate, but racing by in a bamboo pipe full of flowing water.
Somen is a kind of noodle made of wheat flour and salts, which is very thin and white. The noodles are placed in a long flume of bamboo, which carries clear, ice-cold water. As the somen pass by, diners pluck them out with their chopsticks and dip them in tsuyu (a light flavored dipping sauce).
Nagashi-somen is a summer tradition in Japan and particularly refreshing on hot days. We will try our first 8 meters long of Nagashi-somen (The longest Guinness World Records Nagashi-somen is 3,328 meters…) Come join us at SOS!
时间：6月7日 周日 7点到9点/Time: Jun.7 Sunday 7pm-9pm
地址：SOS，鼓楼东大街77号/Address: SOS, 77 Guloudongdajie, Dongcheng District