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Hiyashi Tororo Soba



Hiyashi Tororo Soba is cold soba noodles served in a bowl, with a bowl on the side that has in it puréed Yamaimo (aka Japanese Mountain Yam), and a raw egg.

You pour the puréed yam into the noodles and stir it all up to eat it.

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Also called:

Hiyashi tororo soba (Japanese)

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Soba Noodles

An Kake Soba; Cha Soba; Chikara Soba; Ebi-Ten Soba; Ebi Kakiage-Ten Soba; Hiyashi Tanuki Soba; Hiyashi Tororo Soba; Ito Soba; Iwanori Soba; Jinenjo Soba; Kake Soba; Kamo Siero Soba; Karee Soba; Mori Soba; Nama Soba; Nameko-oroshi Soba; Oroshigomaae Soba; Soba Noodles; Soba Yu; Te-Uchi Soba; Ten Zaru Soba; Tororo Soba; Toshikoshi Soba; Tsuki-Mi Soba; Wakame Soba; Yasai Kakiage-Ten Soba; Yomogi Soba; Zaru Soba

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