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Why is the “Taiwan Mazesoba” so alluring?

What is “Taiwan Mazesoba” ?

The “Taiwan Mazasoba” is a type of noodle that is enjoyed without soup. Extra-thick noodles, Taiwanese mince (spicy soy sauce flavored mince with chili peppers and garlic), chives, green onions, fish powder and egg yolk make up this dish. You can also add garlic to it for a more pungent taste.

Main Ingredient List

  • Extra-thick noodles
  • Taiwanese mince (spicy soy sauce flavored mince with chili peppers and garlic)
  • Chinese chive
  • Japanese leek
  • Fish powder
  • Egg yolk
  • Garlic

Average Price

JPY 800 - JPY 1,000

The “Taiwan Mazasoba” is now trending as the new type of ramen from Nagoya!

It is gaining immense popularity as the newest Nagoya specialty and is an appetizing and tasty dish that you should consume especially when you are exceptionally hungry. The spiciness of the main ingredients; the Taiwanese minced meat (spicy soy sauce flavored minced meat with chili peppers and garlic) and the volume of the extra-thick noodles will entice you fully and render you completely satisfied. If you're looking for an exciting new taste to add to your experience of Nagoya gastronomy, this ramen dish will inspire you greatly!

Nagoya's famous “Taiwan Mazesoba”. The way to enjoy it!!

Firstly, do mix the noodles in this dish well.

Firstly, do mix the noodles in this dish well.

Point1

The yolks should be well blended into the mixture too.

Enjoy it, without inhibition.

Enjoy it, without inhibition.

Point2

After you have stirred it well, enjoy this dish in its entirety.
This act of fearlessness is highly important.
Without any inhibition, enjoy the “Taiwan Mazesoba” with gusto and overwhelm yourself completely.

Be adventurous and add various types of seasoning to complement your enjoyment.

Be adventurous and add various types of seasoning to complement your enjoyment.

Point3

Many restaurants have their own selection of seasonings and it is entirely up to the customer to enjoy the “Taiwan Mazesoba” in one’s own way.

Add rice for completion!

Add rice for completion!

Point4

After consuming the noodles, you can choose to add rice and enjoy the remains of the dish. Thereafter, you have fully completed your entire “Taiwan Mazesoba” experience!

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