It is said that the origin of "hiyamugi" is "kiri (cut) mugi (wheat), which appeared during the time of Muromachi (1336 and 1573, time of" reign "of the Ashikaga shoguns). These noodles were called "kirimugi" because they were made by cutting the udon into thin strips. When these noodles were boiled and eaten as they are, hot they were called "Atsumugi" (hot wheat), and cold they took the name "Hiyamugi" (cold wheat).

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