Kijouyu Udon from Narita Airport
Seeking a quick snack before getting onto the train into the city, we stopped at this random noodle shop up on the fifth floor of Narita Airport today. It was the first time I'd heard of kijouyu udon, which was served cold with soy sauce, grated daikon, and sliced leek. It was also supposed to come with a local fruit called sudachi, but it looked like they gave me a plain lemon wedge instead. Either way, it tasted just like it sounded: refreshingly light and spruced up with a tart citrus taste, all of which went great with the shop's firm handmade noodles. That hit the spot.