Move over, maple. There’s a new pancake flavoring in town!
Here’s a hint, this fruity flavor comes before the cherry blossoms.
After reading through a mountainous pile of entries, we’re ready to announce the four lucky instant noodle/Pokémon fans who’ve won some Pikachu ramen. Are you one of them? Read on to find out!
They might not be out for public consumption until February 24, but one lucky YouTuber was fortunate enough to get a special taste test.
Enlightenment gets even sweeter.
Looking for a free meal? Then stop by Shinjuku Station and try some Hadoken ramen!
You can’t call yourself an epicure until you’ve eaten from an edible bowl created with ramen noodles and waffle batter. And thanks to this new device, you can make one at home!
Apparently, some Japanese men really don’t like to eat alone in public. But are they simply too shy, or is there something else going on?
The Pacific Rim meets the Atlantic seaboard in Japan’s newest flavor of instant ramen.
RocketNews24’s mightiest eaters assemble to take on competitive eater and devourer of all things delicious (and possibly the occasional soul too) Sachiyo Masubuchi.
Because the best way to celebrate the arrival of a fast train is with a serving of fast food.
Say goodbye to butter and jam because now it’s time to enjoy matcha toast and sandwiches!
Nestlé Japan is starting a membership service for its Kit Kat Chocolatory product line, and it comes with a chance to win an actual gold Kit Kat!
It’s not like we really needed any more reasons to eat potato chips, but matcha and chocolate together make a pretty convincing argument.
One Piece fans in South Korea are getting a piece of the superpower-granting Devil Fruit in the form of Devil Cake!
The recipe calls for meticulously sticking dry noodles into numerous mushroom stalks. Uppercutting the entire dish into the atmosphere out of sheer frustration at the difficulty of that step is, we presume, optional.
We got a sneak peek at McDonald’s Japan’s upcoming menu item: a burger topped with Hokkaido-grown mashed potato, cheese, and onion soy sauce.
This customer experience is blowing up all over social media, or it would be if anyone could get to their cell phones.
If you work in an urban hub like Tokyo, you can pretty much forget about seeing everyday countryside sights like rice paddies and plump red tomatoes. That is, unless you work here…
Is Tokyo restaurant’s new menu item a culinary dream come true, or do two rights make a wrong?