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Soba is said to have originated in China and been brought to Japan toward the end of the Jomon period (10,000 BC to 300 BC). There are also records of buckwheat flour, from which soba noodles are made, being grown to help fight a famine in the Nara period (710 to 794). Buckwheat is a highly nutritious grain, especially rich in vitamin B. The flour produced by extracting the inside of the grain is white, but if the skin is also used, the flour takes on a unique flavor and turns a grayish color. This kind of flour is usually used to make the soba that people love so much.