World's Most Traditional Holiday Foods

Savor the variety of the season with traditional holiday dishes from around the world.

Japan: Toshikoshi Soba

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Eating a plate of buckwheat noodles before midnight on New Year’s Eve to bring longevity and prosperity for the next 12 months is an age-old tradition.

Where to Get It: Washoku En, on the fifth floor of Tokyo’s Marunouchi OAZO complex. 1-6-4 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku; 011-81-3-5223-9896

Get more holiday travel inspiration.

World's Most Traditional Holiday Foods

Japan: Toshikoshi Soba

Eating a plate of buckwheat noodles before midnight on New Year’s Eve to bring longevity and prosperity for the next 12 months is an age-old tradition.

Where to Get It: Washoku En, on the fifth floor of Tokyo’s Marunouchi OAZO complex. 1-6-4 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku; 011-81-3-5223-9896

Get more holiday travel inspiration.

Kyota Tanaka [1] [1] http://www.flickr.com/photos/tanack/
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