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Some soba, a parasol and the stifling September heat

October may well be just around the corner, but the summer-like temperatures have made September a stifling one to say the least — the heat and humidity simply don’t want to say sayonara. Conditions that a parasol and that summer favourite, cold soba, can’t even counter.
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