Updated: November 06, 2018
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Menya Hanabi - Shinjuku's Popular, Unique Ramen That You Should Try!

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Menya Hanabi originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and is now very popular in Shinjuku, Tokyo! It is a ramen shop, but what you will get is totally different from a normal ramen. They serve a type of ramen called "Taiwan mazesoba", which is incredibly delicious.

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Menya Hanabi (麺屋はなび)

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Menya Hanabi is a famous ramen shop in Shinjuku. As you can see, people often line up in front of the shop, especially at lunch hours.

The shop which originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, is known for their signature menu called "Taiwan mazesoba".
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"Taiwan mazesoba" is a new type of ramen which consists of ramen noodles topped with green onions, seaweed, soy sauce flavored ground meat, and egg yolk. What is unique about this ramen is they don't have soup. The grand meat is well seasoned with spices, so you mix the noodles and toppings when you eat. The reason why it is called "Taiwan mazesoba" is not it is a Taiwanese dish, but the meat seasoning is similar to Taiwanese style ramen.

Menu

They have different kinds of mazesoba and also normal ramen.

Taiwan mazesoba (780 yen)

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Regular mazesoba is the most popular dish. The meat is spicy but rich in flavors. The egg yolk can make the mazesoba creamier and milder. Mix well before eating.

With stewed pork (880 yen)

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It has three thick pork stewed for a long time. It is amazingly juicy and will melt in your mouth.

Soy sauce ramen (730 yen)

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Their ramen is good too. You can enjoy the flavorful soup and nicely cooked noodles. They also have salt flavor.

Lastly...

Taiwan ramen is what people are talking about today. You shouldn't miss it when you come to Tokyo!
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