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As the name suggests, it's a branch of Soba Sasuga, a chic basement restaurant on the furthest edge of Ginza. A favorite of ours for several years now, Sasuga made its name by making soba stylish. It was among the first to match the simple, earthy flavors of the humble noodle with side dishes of kaiseki quality, in a setting that felt traditional but totally up to the minute.