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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. The dish was popularized by the ramen chain Menya Hanabi in 2008.