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Alternative namesTaiwan mazesoba, abura soba
TypeNoodle dish
Place of originJapan
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsChinese wheat noodles, meat- or fish-based sauce, vegetables or meat
VariationsMany variants

Mazesoba (Japanese: まぜそば, lit. "mixed noodles"), also known as Taiwan mazesoba (Japanese: 台湾まぜそば) or abura soba (油そば), is a dry noodle dish made with a sauce of soy sauce and pork lard,[1] and various toppings including raw garlic, raw egg, cheese, and minced meat, which are mixed with the noodles before eating.[2]

The largest mazesoba chain in the world is Kokoro Mazesoba.[3]


  1. ^ MATCHA. "Ramen, Tsukemen and Soba Noodles - What Is The Difference?". MATCHA - JAPAN TRAVEL WEB MAGAZINE. Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  2. ^ Morales, Daniel (2010-05-14). "No Konbini No Life: instant maze-soba". The Japan Times Online. ISSN 0447-5763. Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  3. ^ "KOKORO TOKYO MAZESOBA || A New Genre of Japanese Noodles". Pendulum Magazine. Retrieved 2019-07-10.

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