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Taiwan mazesoba
TypeNoodle dish
Place of originJapan
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsChinese wheat noodles, meat- or fish-based sauce, vegetables or meat
VariationsMany variants
Similar dishesMazesoba

Taiwan mazesoba (Japanese: 台湾まぜそば, lit.'Taiwan mixed noodles') is a dry noodle dish that originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and is now considered a Nagoya delicacy.[1] The dish was popularized by the ramen chain Menya Hanabi in 2008.

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  1. ^ "「台湾まぜそば」が数年で急ブレークした理由 | 井手隊長のラーメン見聞録". 東洋経済オンライン (in Japanese). 2017-09-02. Retrieved 2021-01-08.