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You can eat discerning raw pasta made by "Awaji noodle industry"

At the wine bar Rough located in Dogenzaka in Shibuya, you can enjoy natural wine (bio wine) and specialty dishes in a homey atmosphere where you can feel the warmth of wood.

There are a variety of dishes that go well with wine, including French and Italian.

And one of the chef's recommended menus is “Awaji Noodle Industry” fresh pasta.


Awaji Noodle Company, which makes raw pasta, was founded in 1909 and has been making noodles for 110 years.

Raw pasta is made without adding heat, containing moisture, and maintaining the original flavor and texture of wheat.


During the production, after kneading the flour and water, it seems to ripen firmly to deaerate and relax the dough.

As it matures over time, tough gluten is produced and the starchy quality of the moisture is firm, creating a unique texture.

By the way, temperature and humidity are important for raw pasta, but raw pasta from the Awaji noodle industry is carefully elaborated in "Awaji Island", which is close to the authentic Italian Mediterranean climate.


Raw pasta carefully made by the traditional handmade method has a texture that can not be tasted with dry noodles!

This is the ultimate raw pasta that pursues the deliciousness of the unique flavor, stiffness and stickiness, and the mochi feeling, making use of the original taste of wheat.


In our fresh pasta menu, you can choose from "tomato sauce", "oil base" and "cream sauce".

I think that you can enjoy the texture and excitement that can not be achieved with dry noodles by intertwining our special sauce with the moist and moist superb raw pasta.


The compatibility with wine is excellent, so please try it with our natural wine (bio wine).

If you want to eat delicious pasta in Shibuya, please use the wine bar Rough, where you can eat discerning raw pasta made by "Awaji Noodle Industry".

We look forward to your visit!

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