Yakisoba, Osaka

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Ramen noodle is so popular that you can see shops everywhere in Japan. But I found my first Yakisoba (fried noodle) shop in Osaka. It is called Kotobukiya Yakisoba. Yakisoba is considered as cheap street food in Japan. This place, however, is not cheap. It cost me 850yen to get a dish. The taste was ok for me but there are many to choose from so you can probably find one you like. This shop is just new and interesting to me.





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