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|Place of origin||Japan|
|Region or state||Fukuoka Prefecture|
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Yakiudon (焼きうどん?, "fried udon") are thick, smooth, white Japanese noodles eaten with a special sauce, meat and vegetables. It is simple to make and a popular dish in Japan. It originated in Kokura, Fukuoka Prefecture after the Pacific War.
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