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Tsuki-Mi Soba



Tsuki-Mi Soba is a variation of the Japanese buckwheat noodle dish, kake soba noodles.

The noodles served with a raw egg on top in the middle.

The egg becomes slightly poached from the heat of the broth in the bowl.

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Also called:

Tsuki-mi soba (Japanese)

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