While wandering through the Chenggong Market, I came to a shop selling noodles. However, it was not a restaurant that sells ramen noodles. It was a shop that sold the noodles themselves. A dough cutting machine was set up in the small shop, and the shopkeepers cut the dough into noodle shapes and put them into plastic bags to sell them. This was a small noodle factory in a market.
Noodle dishes such as ramen, udon and soba are very popular in Japan as well. However, most people would not go to a noodle factory to buy noodles. To begin with, it is rare to see a noodle factory in Japan. But in Taiwan, it may be common to buy freshly made noodles to eat at home at a noodle factory.
Anyway, this noodle factory seemed to be very popular and there was a constant stream of people coming to buy them. The woman in this photo seemed to be busy with her order. When I pointed the camera at her, she smiled shyly at me, though she didn't stop working.
December 4, 2019
RICOH GR III