Although Japanese foods tend to be a bit on the sweeter side, hot foods are also popular. This Ramen Pack contained spicy, piquant, and hot noodles more than ever!
- Sendai Spicy Miso
Although Sendai Ramen is not very famous kind of regional ramen, it is tasty and you’ll love it once you try. The pork-based miso soup is zested up with chili pepper, which boosts the rich taste of miso.
- Negi Ramen
Classic shoyu ramen that has been loved for decades. The mildly piquant shoyu soup is flavored with aromatic sesame oil, and negi (green onion) gives a crunchy texture.
- Spicy Masala Curry Yakisoba
Japanese yakisoba meets Indian curry. As you can imagine from the redness of the packaging, it is super-hot but delicious. It features Ginza Delhi, a popular curry restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo.
- Spicy Chili Ramen
Ramen noodles in Korean-style hot chili soup. It’s ruthlessly hot but tasty. Topped with shiitake mushroom, green onion, and carrot.
- Piquant Garlic Ramen
A new flavor from Gotsumori (large-sized) series. The pork-based soup is zested up with spicy chili oil and garlic. This is Ramen to have when you’re super-hungry.
- Soup Curry Wonton
Wonton dumplings in soup curry that is flavored with a dozen of spices. The soup is light-textured and should be a perfect snack when you’re feeling hungry-ish.
- Chicken Soba
Straight soba noodles in light chicken-based soup. Topped with chicken meatballs and green onion. The soup is seasoned with katsuo (bonito) dashi stock, which gives a subtle and delicate flavor.
- Maruchan Kitsune Udon
Kitsune means fox, but when it's placed on udon, it refers to the deep-fried tofu. The kitsune tastes the best when it becomes juicy, absorbing the dashi of the soup.
- Low-Sodium Chuka Dashi Noodles
A tasty noodle dish for people with high blood pressure?! This product is labeled “karu-shio (low-sodium)” by National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center. The secret of the tastiness? It’s the dashi.