2018. June Box Description
Maruchan Hojun Koku Shoyu
Soy sauce based soup with pork, chicken and seafood flavor. The noodles are thick and have a nice chew to them! If you want to have an adventure you have to try it!
Meisei Sula Tanmen
Soy sauce based soup with pork and vegetable flavors. It is one of the most popular flavors from Maruchan.
Maruchan Umakoku Tonkotsu
The hard thin straight noodles go with the Tonkotsu(Pork bone) soup very well. The soup has a garlic flavor and the sesame oil is added. This is a non-fried ramen so it’s not oily.
Sunaoshi Shio Ramen
Shio ramen is a traditional ramen in Japan. The soup is very light and clear and very easy to drink. If you like simple taste soup, you will enjoy it!
Nomihosu Sebone Tonkotsu
One of the best tonkotsu cup noodles you can find. The soup is thick and rich and the noodles are thin which is perfect for Tonkotsu soup.
Sunaoshi Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen
Ramen with Shoyu and Tonkotsu base. Tonkotsu soup tends to have a strong flavor but this soup is not too strong. Adding grilled pork will make it even tastier.
Mukashinagara no Miso Ramen
Mukashinagara series ramen. Mukashinagara means traditional. You can taste the traditional miso ramen here. Miso ramen goes very with vegetables.
Yakisoba is fried noodles. Unlike ramen there is no soup. How to prepare is different than a normal ramen so be careful. Adding mayonnaise will enhance the taste!
Charumera Shio Ramen
Charumera is the top-selling series of instant noodles in Japan. It has over 50 years of history. Shio means salt but the broth is usually made with chicken. The soup is light and everyone can enjoy it!
Tabete Dashimen Kirishima Kurobuta
This ramen is made with black pork bone stock. Th bone produces a rich flavor and the soup is uniquely sweet. Noodles were made with wheat from Hokkaido.
Enjoy this rare ramen that you can’t find anywhere else but Japan.