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Kirin Ramen
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Ogasawara-seifun Co., Ltd.
3-33 Shiota-machi, Hekinan City, Aichi, Japan

Category: Instant Chinese Noodles
Product Name: Kirin ramen for home use (6 servings with soup)

Raw Materials: abura-age noodles [flour (100% domestic wheat), vegetable oil and fat (palm oil), soy milk (100% domestic soybeans), rice flour (100% domestic rice), salt], salt, powdered soy sauce, spices, sugar, protein hydrolysis, yeast extract powder, dried green onions, vegetable oil and fat, seasoning (amino acids, etc.), brine, caramel color, gardenia color, acidity

Best-Before Date: It had been about three and a half months

Kirin Ramen

Surprisingly, the Tokai region is one of the largest wheat producing regions in the world, and Aichi Prefecture produces and supplies the most wheat to the world (according to the results of the 2009 inspection by brand by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries' General Food Bureau). Kirin Ramen is one of the foods introduced by the Tokai Agricultural Bureau to increase the consumption of wheat in Japan, and it is an instant bagged noodle made with wheat, soybeans and rice produced in Japan. It is also a local ramen that has been eaten in the West Mikawa region of Aichi Prefecture since the 1940s.

So, I'm going to order in...

Wow, what's with that astringent picture package and the color scheme?

When I asked my wife to make the ramen, it seemed to be different from the ordinary ramen. The amount of water used for normal ramen is 500ml → 400ml, and the boiling time is usually 3 minutes → 2 minutes. I used to moan, "I'm a little worried~

I drank the light brown soup and found that it was surprisingly good. To put it simply, it's a typical instant ramen with a light and refreshing taste. When I took a sip of the noodle, it was soft, with a crisp, unctuous flavor that tasted harmless and harmless to humans. If you ask me to find something similar, I think it's similar to Meisei Chalumela. Yeah, this isn't bad. And it's surprisingly interesting.

In 2018, Kirin Ramen has changed its name to Kirimaru. For adult reasons. If the word "ramen" is gone, I don't know what it is.
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/07/06