Instant curry 1

4 types of retort curry found only in Japan

Indians may be amazed that Japanese loves curry very much. We curry season hot pot, noodle and junk foods even!
So that Instant curry was created by a Japanese person who wants to eat curry quickly, deliciously and easily.

Today, I introduce 4 types of instant curry.


This type curry is called dry curry in Japan. Usually dried curry looks like a pilaf. I think this is kind a Keema curry that is a minced meat curry in India. This is only 2USD!

How's taste?

Although I thought that the instant curry is just an instant before I ate this, this is an authentic curry roux better than I thought! 
It’s a little oily for me though. Moreover, there are no mushrooms different from package photo.

Sumikkogurashi (すみっコぐらしカレー)


“Sumikkogurashi” is one of popular character like a Disney. This curry is for baby. So 1 year old baby can eat this curry!

What is this ?

The sticker is for a free gift😃

This curry taste is not spicy, and some soft boiled vegetables are included. 

How's taste?

Japanese babies are lucky! Because, they can eat these tasty baby foods on 1 year old!

Hokkaido Soup Curry (北海道スープカレー)


This curry is from Hokkaido, the northan area in Japan.
The main feature of Hokkaido curry is soup rather than stew.
There is boiled egg inside! awesome!😳

How's taste?

The spice was closer to Indian curry than Japanese curry and the taste of cumin was stronger.

Dominica (ドミニカ)

Dominica curry

The curry restaurant that is named “Sapporo Dominica curry” is famous in Japan. (But this curry is nothing to do with Dominica)

 Kodawari Yasai curry(こだわり野菜カレー)


“Kodawari” means being stick to something. “Yasai” means vegetable. 

Where are vegetables? 

How's taste?

This looks like one-coin curry taste as same. The price is over USD3! terrible…I never recommend you at all.
A grudge over food won’t be forgiven easily🤬

When you go to Japan, I recommend you to buy these retort curries as a souvenir!

Because, they can keep fresh for a long time, so we often keep them for emergency foods each home.

So, Japanese people can live without problems even when there are many disasters.

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