Ikasoomen refers to a popular Japanese dish made of finely cut fresh squid which looks like somen nooodles. It is a kind of Sashimi from Hakodate that is often eaten for breakfast. Squid should always be fresh and if so, it taste sweet. It is usually eaten with with wasabi soy sauce or ponzu sauce.

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