Cup food4

Cup Foods 4

Not wanna spend time, Just wanna eat yummy food…Cup foods were developed for the WAGAMAMA(Selfish) Japanese.

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Today, I introduce Japanese cup noodles stand the test of time!

Akai Kitsune Udon


“Akai”means red, “Kitsune” means fox.
This Maru-chan’s cup udon has been loved by Japanese for over 50 years.

Why fox ?

Because it contains an Abura age -large deep fried bean curd soaked soy sauce.

In Japan, foxes are worshiped as goddess’s messenger. You know the most famous place of shrine is Fushimi Inari shrine in Kyoto.It is said they love this Abura age.

The flavour of soup is a light soy sauce and umami soup. This contains roasted eggs and dried leeks also.

Sugo men -SANO city Ramen


“Sugo” means kind as Awesome! Super! or Great!  Young guys often use “Sugee”.  (This word is not good manner) “Men” means not male, but noodle. 

Sano is one of the city in Tochigi Prefecture of the eastern side.
We call local as ”Gotouchi” with love.
So, this Sano ramen is Gotouchi ramen!

In fact, Japanese Ramen has completely different seasonings, noodle thicknesses, and ingredients depending on area. 

Left up: Miso ramen in Hokkaido.
Left down:Tonkotsu ramen in Fukuoka.


Well, I can say as for this noodle,The taste was normal soy sauce taste and light, and it goes down easy. 

I recommend for those who want to eat yummy ramen、even you don’t have time for eating.

Knorr Soup Delli


It is written “Whole ripe tomato soup pasta” and  “chewy pasta”. Italian food is very popular in Japan. This is Fusilli pasta tomato flavor! 

First, pour hot water to the middle line and stir for 1 min.Then it is written you should wait for 3 min. Although I had been waiting for 3 min, I could not eat too hard! After all, I waited 15 min more!

Taste is real tomato pasta soup  and tasty… but,this is too small for men to eat full.

You need + salad or bread something, may be.

Japanese loves noodle and rice.  We have many kinds of cup foods…actually, countless.

When you go to Japan, please try to eat them also.

See you!

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