the beginning of Autumn (Itoshima the series)

still with the exploration to be the real adult, #dillatheexplorer.

Last time, Itoshima International Tourism Ambassador held a program “how to make sashimi” and visiting the “Japanese soy sauce company” (the article can be seen by clicking this LINK) , so in this time, we learned how to make soba and enjoying the amazing scenery of Itoshima, Fukuoka.

From Kyushu University Ito campus, we went to Itoshima Rice Field

Rice Field In Itoshima
Rice Field In Itoshima
omedetou
omedetou

fish rice field

yeah you can see ” omedetou tai and ni hon” at this rice field.

anyway the rice of ancient times of Japan was red. Therefore, red rice was used in the ancient divine work. Red rice has a strong taste of tannin, and its cultivation has been almost completely abandoned. The present Sekihan is colored red using azuki.

after enjoying this paradise, we learnt how to make soba. The picture below shown the step..

Step to make soba
Step to make soba
the main ingridient
the main ingridient

we used rice flour “Itoshima product”  (itoshima daiya) as main ingridient, and we added 100cc water to this flour.

boiling soba
boiling soba
home made soba, we finally made it by our self!! yatta dekitta
home made soba,
we finally made it by our self!! yatta dekitta
after eating soba, we ate dango
after eating soba, we ate dango
in front of the soba's house
in front of the soba’s house

done with soba, we went to anegonohama beach.

still located in Itoshima city, Japan.

when we went there, the wind is strong, and some peope were doing surfing.

the interesting fact about this beach, when you step on the sand, you will hear the crying voice.

the crying sand
the crying sand
anegonohama
anegonohama, the crying sand

written by:

Fadilla Zennifa

Indonesian

Fadilla Zennifa

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