Nissin Foods’ new Cup Noodle Factory in Shiga Prefecture of Japan’s Kansai region has a very interesting architecture feature that juxtaposed against the rather nondescript white factory facade. We talking about the delicious looking entrance which is actually a giant replica of the company’s Cup Noodle, or at least, the replica of the lid.
When it comes to food, Japan ranks number one for the most unusual flavors. Kit Kat in Japan is a prime example of food/snack that boasts weird and wonderful flavors, and instant noodle giant, Nissin, isn’t far behind too. Following the company’s pizza-flavored instant cup noodle, Nissin has announced yet another flavor that truly qualifies […]
Have you eaten ramen in Japan in, say, a restaurant? How do you like it? Lovely? Or are you bothered by fellow ramen chompers who are constantly producing the annoying slurping sound? I am not going to lie. I am, always. But we can’t blame them, it is a cultural thing. By slurping the noodles, […]
Noodles are just noodles. They are nothing but staple food, loved mostly in Asia, and with that being said, noodles, regardless of where it hails from, are hardly consider a delicacy. However, when a Japanese ramen gets a little too good to be mere strings of unleavened dough, it gets the attention of prestigious Michelin […]