Walking around a local market called Chenggong Market, I found a shop selling noodles. It was not an eating place. It sold noodles themselves. A machine was placed in a small shop. And the flat dough was slivered by it. The clerks were bagging the silvered noodles into plastic bags and sold them. This shop was a noodle-making shop.
Noodles are also very popular dishes in Japan. Yet it is uncommon to see this kind of shop in the streets in Tokyo. And it was also uncommon to buy noodles in a noodle-making shop for ordinary people. I wondered whether it is common in Taipei.
Anyway, the shop was popular and many people came to buy noodles. The female clerk in this photo took orders busily. When I held my camera, she got shy while keeping working.
December 4, 2019
RICOH GR III