Monday, September 27, 2021



    In my area, Taga, some farmers are cultivating Soba (buckwheat) using the climate, although I don't know when they started. People named it Taga Soba for selling it and it is served at the buckwheat noodle restaurants. They also produced dry Taga Soba for keeping longer. Since someone on facebook posted a picture of Soba flowers which are blooming now in the field in Taga, I wanted to see them, so I extended my walk this morning. When I crossed over the bridge of the Serigawa (river), white shining Soba field came into my eyes. The white buckwheat field, mountains and countryside houses match well and look so beautiful. In the clear sky, I saw the moon high up.