A soba stand is often seen at a platform in a Japanese train station, especially in a busy town.
It’s kind of a fast food, and called “tachigui soba ya”, which means “stand and eat soba shop”.
At the most of the soba stand, a customer buys a ticket from a machine and hands it to a chef.
Some stands accept electronic money, so it makes quicker and easier.
Because they serve quickly, and soba is easy to eat fast, those soba stands are perfect for busy businessmen.
This is JAPAN Style!
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