2018 March Box Description


Toyama Black Ramen 

Hailing from the Toyama prefecture of Japan, Toyama Black Ramen is true to its name: it’s actually black!

This soy sauce ramen, or shoyu ramen, has a peppery taste like no other! There’s a strong sense of crispiness to the black broth, which is how the ramen got its name. A common phrase to use while eating this ramen is, “Black shock!” because of the spicy peppery taste!

Be sure to enjoy this special Ramen from Japan!


Koku Tonkotsu Ramen

Koku Tonkotsu Ramen features delicious, thin noodles in a pork bone broth that’s as light as it is tasty.

For those seeking a taste of real Japanese ramen, this is as close as it gets! Nothing beats the authentic taste of true tonkotsu ramen straight from Japan! Try adding your own toppings to enhance the flavor!


Sunaoshi New Miso Ramen

In as little as three minutes you can find yourself enjoy a hot bowl of Sunaoshi’s twelve noodle miso ramen.

Packed with wakame (seaweed), corn, and bean sprouts, this ramen is sure to fill your stomach with delicious miso goodness! This new miso ramen is an interesting take on a classic staple ramen.


Jukutaki Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen

With some of the thinnest noodles available in the ramen world, Jukutaki Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen is also one of the fastest cooking instant ramen bowls on the market!

You’ll be amazed at how fresh and authentic this bowl of ramen looks compared to other instant varieties. Though the bowl is packed with delicious toppings to add to the flavor, you can always add ramen topping staples like boiled eggs, pork, or extra vegetables to enhance the flavor!


Maruchan Hot Noodle Neo Shoyu

Perfect for a heavy snack or light meal, Maruchan has made a new line of their popular instant cup noodles just for their ramen-loving patrons!

This delightful cup is filled with chicken, onion, garlic, vegetable, pork, egg, shrimp, and leek flavors! Of course, to pull it all together they added the delicious Japanese soy sauce to flavor the broth and bring out all the wonderful ingredients present in the ramen!


Mukashinagara no Shio Ramen

The secret to this salt ramen is that the noodles are actually dried using hot air instead of frying with oil! By doing so, they are smooth and raw to keep in moisture and provide a more flavorful experience.

You can enjoy the true, rustic taste of the soup base because no oils emerge from the dried noodles! For an authentic ramen experience, Mukashinagara Ramen is a must!


Charumera Miso Ramen

One of the top selling brands of instant ramen found in Japan, Charumera has been delivering quality ramen for over 50 years!

Their secret: scallops! By combining pork, miso, scallops, sesame seeds, and scented, flavorful ingredients, this ramen will not only make your taste buds happy, but your nose as well! Add in a few slices of grilled pork and some vegetables and you’re all set!


Shijimi 70 Chikara Ramen Shio

Not found anywhere outside of Japan, this salt ramen is packed with shijimi (clam) extract directly into the soup! The flour to make the noodles is from Hokkaido, and the noodles are dried instead of fried to provide a strong sweetness and richness to the dish! Some would even say it almost resembles the texture of raw meat! You’ll just have to try it for yourself to decide.


Sapporo Ichiban Yakisoba

Yakisoba from a famous brand “Sapporo Ichiman” For people who don’t know Yakisoba, Yakisoba is Japanese fried noodles. It tastes even better with mayonaise. It comes with seaweed that enhances the flavor.


Tokyo Ueno Zoo Ramen

“Why panda?” There are two pandas at Ueno zoo in Japan and this maker donates a percentage of sales to WWF giant panda conservation efforts.

It is shoyu ramen with chicken and pork based soup. The soup is quite light and easy to drink. The noodles go very well with the soup as well.