Enjoy the great balance between chewy udon noodles, rich dashi soup, and sweet fried tofu to experience the standard type of udon in Eastern Japan.
Its Eastern Japanese-style soup, which is a blend of bonito flakes and kombu seaweed, pairs well with udon noodles. You can enjoy this soup further by soaking the fried tofu to let it absorb the soup to make it taste richer.
Trivia: this type of udon noodle is called kitsune udon; kitsune literally means “fox”. In traditional Japanese folklore, it is said that the fox brings prosperity to businesses, and its favorite food is abura-age (fried-tofu). From this oral tradition, it became common in Japan for udon and soba with abura-age to include the term “kitsune” as an adjective.
- Contents: Pack of 3 cups
- Net weight (per cup): 96g (noodles 74g)
- Main ingredients: Fried noodles (flour, vegetable oil, starch, salt, plant-based protein, dried yeast, egg white), garnish (seasoned fried tofu, egg, fish cake), powdered soup (salt, soy sauce, seafood extract, protein hydrolyzate, powdered kombu, spices, green onion, sugar, vegetable oil)
- Nutrition facts (per cup): Energy 432kcal, protein 10.6g, fat 19.1g, carbohydrate 54.4g, sodium 6.6g (noodles and garnish 2.8g / soup 3.8g), vitamin B1 0.31mg, vitamin B2 0.31g, calcium 172mg
- Potential allergens: Wheat, egg, milk, mackerel, soybean, gelatin
- Made in Japan