Mayonnaise pizza flavored yakisoba brings the world together a little bit closer

Japanese pizza are a little different from Italian or American varieties, some including some exotic ingredients like squid ink, tuna, or chunks of steak. A popular topping is mayonnaise (a sauce that originated in Spain), where it’s added generously on popular flavors like tuna mayo or corn mayo.

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This is the “Chicago Party” pizza from Chicago Pizza in Japan. Drizzled with a healthy portion of mayo, this pizza contains seafood, teriyaki chicken, and more.

Yakisoba on the other hand is Japanese fried noodles, based on the Chinese classic dish, chow mein. A very popular dish on its own, but also available in bread form as well.

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A comfort food for many Japanese, the strong sauce flavor keeps you coming back.

Now what happens when you combine the two? This come 6/17 Japanese citizens will have the chance to find out for 170 yen (~$1.67) a pop. A culmination of efforts by a handful of countries, it seems like a reasonable price, doesn’t it?

"Include Mayo Beam Sauce!", whatever that is.
“Include Mayo Beam Sauce!” Whatever it is, it sounds amazing.
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