Famous Tokyo restaurant teams up with Circle K and Sunkus chains.
Customers who finish everything, including the two-kilo topping of coriander, are rewarded with all-you-can-eat coriander for life.
This Hokkaido ramen joint’s chashu is extremely tasty, so it’s a good thing they give you a ton of it.
The Japanese noodle restaurant chain Marugame Seimen, which specializes in udon (thick wheat noodles), has started a social media marketing campaign targeted at high school-age girls, JK Udon Kawaii (“High School Girls Udon Cute”).
Spruce up your spaghetti, sakura-style.
Our Japanese reporter eats Japanese ramen in a noodle bar in Paris – but how does it compare to his own country’s salty fare?
Yakisoba bread is pretty common at Japanese bakeries, but this is the first time we’ve ever heard of bread soba.
We’ll take whatever this guy is serving.
Looking for a free meal? Then stop by Shinjuku Station and try some Hadoken ramen!
The Pacific Rim meets the Atlantic seaboard in Japan’s newest flavor of instant ramen.
Cooking udon, or any other kind of fresh pasta, just got a whole lot easier.
Is Tokyo restaurant’s new menu item a culinary dream come true, or do two rights make a wrong?
Your significant other not big on sweets? Then these udon noodles filled with a lot of “heart” may be the perfect treat this Valentine’s Day!
Food manufacturer Myojo recently released a special version of their popular Ippei-chan instant yakisoba noodles that includes a chocolate sauce topping. We tried it… so you don’t have to.
A soba restaurant tucked away in the mountains of Saga Prefecture is known for every one of its menu items making use of the soba (buckwheat) plant.
Apparently sliced chocolate was only the beginning.
Fans of manga artist Rumiko Takahashi will be happy to know that a slightly unexpected new product featuring her work will soon be hitting stores—instant ramen!
Yaki udon, a Japanese stir-fried noodle dish made with thick, flat wheat noodles, is a popular and much-loved staple of Japanese cuisine. Both yaki udon and yakisoba—a similar dish which uses a thinner buckwheat noodle instead—are cheap, tasty, and readily available from many street food stalls and Japanese-style pubs). So when one of our RocketNews24 Japan reporters read that not only had a yaki udon restaurant opened up in Kenya, but that it was that it was a huge hit with the locals, he just had to check it out for himself.
Read on for our Japanese reporter’s restaurant review as he travels halfway across the world for a bowl of noodles.