The three-minute wait to make cup noodles just got a lot more exciting.
Oh, come on! How is this not a real thing?
A scarf made of ramen may not keep you warm, but it will keep you full!
As if there weren’t enough crazy sweet flavors to satiate our rumbling stomachs!
Ramen and green tea are two of the best things to make if you’ve got a pot of hot water, and now you can have both at once.
Two of the biggest names in ramen team up for this American-inspired instant noodle flavor.
I can say fairly certainly that this is the greatest painting of instant deep-fried vegetables ever made.
Dessert noodles return to Japan with a brand-new experimental flavor.
The company famous for instant noodles is now releasing a limited number of their fresh noodles to lucky customers.
Suggestively spicy series stars swimsuit models, dancers, and anime voice actress.
The makers of Cup Noodles are betting that somewhere out there is a person who wants a 10-kilo pillow and instant noodles.
Because nothing cools you down better than the intense burning sensation of wasabi.
The thank you note and display to customers left by the owner inside the door is warming hearts around the Internet.
Test your knowledge of Japanese trends by spotting the “buzz points” in this action-packed commercial.
As long as you’ve got hot water, you’re not really alone.
Apparently sliced chocolate was only the beginning.
Even though spikey-haired Goku is undeniably the protagonist of classic (and soon to be new) anime Dragon Ball, we’re not sure it’s entirely accurate to call fellow Saiyajin Vegeta a “supporting character.” That’s because the widow’s peak-sporting martial artist would tell you that he’s actually the strongest fighter in the Dragon Ball universe, and his prideful insistence on doing things his way means that “supporting” others isn’t something he’s particularly amicable to doing.
Maybe that’s the reason that while Goku and the villainous Frieza are hawking cola, Vegeta is instead endorsing Cup Noodle’s new vegetable-packed variety of instant ramen, and starring in an action-packed, cabbage-crushing commercial while he’s at it.
Upon coming to Japan, a lot of people are surprised to discover just how difficult finding vegetarian food can be. Many people imagine Japan as a country that eats very little meat, and while that’s definitely true in comparison to North America and western Europe, the flipside is that you’ll find at least a little bit of meat in just about all dishes, including salads and vegetable stews with surprising frequency.
Things get trickier still if you’re trying to stick to a vegan diet. Even something as simple as noodles are generally out, since almost all broths are made with meat or fish stock. But if you’ve got an aversion to meat coupled with a craving for soba or udon, you’re in luck, with two new types of vegan instant noodles produced by a Zen Buddhist temple.
A teen model smiles sweetly at the camera. Deftly using her hands, she produces a considerable volume of white, goopy liquid. Then she turns to the camera and asks, innocently, “It all came out?”
Fetish video, or commercial for mayonnaise-topped noodles? According to some people in Japan, it’s sort of both.
There’s a popular Japanese TV show whose protagonist, a wandering gourmet with a healthy appetite, often finds himself looking over a restaurant menu while trying to make an agonizing decision about which of two tempting entrees to order. Often, he resolves the crisis by following the advice encapsulated by his catchphrase, “When you can’t decide which to eat, have both.”
That also seems to be the philosophy behind Nissin Foods’ newest product: instant ramen with fried chicken.