2017. November Box Description

 
 
 

Tsuta Ramen

Tsuta” is the world’s first-ever ramen restaurant awarded a Michelin star. The creator of Tsuta agreed to collaborate with 7-Eleven and now available only at 7-Eleven in Japan.
Shoyu ramen with chicken soup base. It has a little smell of black truffle.

 
 
 

Kagoshima Ramen

Kagoshima Ramen, Tonkotsu base with an extract of a few kinds of vegetables. Cabbage that adds sweetness to the soup and flavorful green onions come in a packet.

 
 
 

Gotsumori Kokutonkotsu Ramen

Thick pork bone based soup that is both smooth and rich. It doesn’t give the odor of pork bone, but gives the dish enough flavor so you want to enjoy the soup as well. Ingredients: Sesame seed, flavored minced chicken meat, fried garlic, Jew’s ear, green onion.

 
 
 

Marutai Hakata Nagahama Tonkotsu Ramen

Hakara ramen, one of local instant noodles from Kyushu. The soup is light but at the same time has a rich pork flavor. It comes with a special seasoning oil and toasted sesame seeds and green onions that are essential for Hakata ramen.

 
 
 

Kumamoto Tonkotsu Ramen

Kumamoto Ramen, one of local instant noodles from Kyushu. The noodles are slightly thicker than Hakata ramen. It’s a tonkotsu raman with a strong garlic oil which is a characteristic of Kumamoto ramen.

 
 
 

Maruchan Menzukuri Ramen

Shio ramen. Shio means salt in Japanese. The broth is made with chicken and added konbu(kelp) and fish extract. It’s very easy to eat.

 
 
 

Maruchan Gotsumori Miso Ramen

Made by blending garlic, red and white miso into the soup base containing pork extract in a well-balanced manner.
The soup has a rich flavor. Corns and green onions, which go well with combined miso soup, are contained in the ingredient.

 
 
 

Maruchan Seimen Tonkotsu Pork Taste Ramen

Maruchan Seimen series is very close to ‘real’ ramen that you can have at ramen restaurants in Japan. The noodles were not processed without frying so you can enjoy the soup even more and adding vegetables will improve the taste.

 
 
 

Nissan Rash Miso flavor Ramen

Nissin RAOH delivers premium Japanese ramen noodles through a state-of-the-art, triple-layer process without frying—then pairs it with a rich and savory umami broth.

 
 
 

Charumera Ramen

At the back of the soup flavor of the scallops is the new child finish in a secret pouch. Stiffer and less growth medium noodles, soy sauce soup Scallops with spice, flavor and is a pouch with a secret blend of spices for flavor.

 
 
 

Nissin Hakodate Salt Ramen

Enjoy the warm, umami-rich flavours of salty soup broths with Nissin’s Hakodate salt ramen.
Inspired by famous ramen specialities in Hokkaido.
Add some chopped green onions and slices of pork for the ultimate ramen experience.

 
 
 

Wantanmen Ramen

Skipjack tuna based soup with onions and herbs. It is one of the most popular instant noodles in Japan.