Japanese noodles 日本の麺

  • Published on : 29/06/2018
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All kinds of noodles

Like rice, noodles are a staple of the Japanese diet. They are often served in soup, fried, or eaten cold with a dipping sauce. Ramen and udon are probably the most famous noodle types outside of Japan, but they're not the only ones! Here's an overview of the main varieties of noodles found in Japanese cuisine.

Typical miso ramen from Sapporo (Hokkaido)

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