We sometimes hear that a Japanese noodle dish, Ramen, is quite popular abroad, and you might have tasted it somewhere once.
Of course, most Japanese like the traditional noodle dish as well, and there’re so many ramen shops which are really competitive to survive especially in large cities.
But, do you know that another noodle dish called “Aburasoba” is quietly popular in Japan?
Aburasoba is a oily noodle dish with no soup in short
It’s basically served as a boiled noodle on soy sauce and lard which are slightly in the bottom of the bowl, topped some ingredients.
You put spicy oil and vinegar on it for preference and mix up thoroughly from the bottom before putting it into your mouth.
Remarkably, the calorie of Aburasoba is two thirds, and the salinity is about a half of Ramen.
From my view point, Aburasoba is not well known in the world yet, and the market is worth entering enough for people who consider to run a Japanese food restaurant abroad.
I hope the popularity spread to the world in the near future, and you could have it in your country as well.
Thank you for reading to the end.