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Cooking Japanese Noodles

Japanese noodles: soba, udon, ramen, somen, kishimen, and others

How to cook Ramen


Ramen is one of the most favorite food for Japanese. It is chinese noodle with soup. It is served in a meat- or fish-based broth, often flav...

How to cook Soba


Soba is popular Japanese noodle made from soba. It could be served as hot or cold. Cold Soba is called Zaru Soba. Soba restaurants are the ...

How to cook Hiyashi Chuka


I'd like to introduce Hiyashi Chuka, Cold Noodle. It is one of popular food in summer in Japan. It is cold Chinese noodle with fine-sliced i...

How to cook Soba Tsuyu


Soba Tsuyu is the dipping sauce for Soba. Soba Tsuyu is most commonly used for eating, Soba. Soba Tsuyu could be used not only Soba, but als...

How to cook Curry Udon


Curry Udon is one of the popular style of Udon. Instead of Udon Soup, Curry Udon takes Curry flavor, but not like standard curry, this one i...

How to cook Tarako Spaghetti


Tarako Spaghetti or most Japanese call it Tarako-Spa is one of typical Japanese Spaghetti. Tarako is Cod roe. It uses Dashi for base soup. S...

How to cook Kake Soba


Kake Soba (かけそば) is Soba served with hot soup. It is very popular food in Japanese meals.

How to cook Spaghetti Napolitan


Spaghetti Napolitan is Japanese Original Spaghetti.

How to cook Somen


Somen (素麺) is a popular Japanese summer food. It is dry noodle which is served cold with dipping sauce. It is the same noodle of Udon, but S...

How to cook Kitsune Udon


Kitsune Udon is mostly served in hot noolde. Kitsune is the flavored Aburaage, deep fried Tofu. It's the most basic Udon.

How to cook Ramen

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Ramen is one of the most favorite food for Japanese. It is chinese noodle with soup. It is served in a meat- or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, kamaboko, green onions, and occasionally corn. Almost every locality in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu to the miso ramen of Hokkaidu.