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Foreign chefs draw Japan's noodle lovers

TOKYO -- Ramen, noodles served in a pork-based broth, although sometimes also made from fish, and originally from China, has long been popular with all age groups in Japan.

     Nowadays, Western chefs fascinated by Japan's ramen, are creating their own variations on the theme. Once made, the new versions are increasingly being exported back to Japan, attracting many lovers of the noodle soup.

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