Authentic Japanese Ramen Noodles for Soup Stir-Fry or Kaedama 8pk


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  • New Packaging, Same Great Taste!
  • Use for..
    • Ramen Noodle Soup
    • Kaedama (second helping of ramen noodles for your soup)
    • Broth-less noodle dishes
    • Okonomiyaki
    • or noodle salads
  • Cooking: Place into boiling water for 2:00 minutes for “al dente”.  For more tender noodles boil additional 30 seconds.
  • 8 Easy-to-use (3.5oz) noodle packs in a storage pouch.
  • Each individual serving is 3.5 oz.
Pack Count: 8 pack

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Authentic Japanese Ramen Noodles from Japan. Enjoy ramen-restaurant taste- at home!

Authentic Japanese Ramen noodles are non-fried and made without artificial chemical preservatives.  Hakubaku ramen noodles made in the traditional style: using egg whites and KANSUI (Sodium Carbonate) for an authentic full-body texture. Dried and never fried, these noodles are soft and ready to use in your next recipe.

Traditional noodles with a wavy shape catch just the right amount of soup.  Our Ramen Noodles 8-pack (28.2 oz) individually packed in 3.5 oz. pouches. Packs are pantry shelf-stable and convenient in any kitchen! Enjoy ramen-restaurant taste at home tonight.

Traditional taste, Soft, Non-fried, No Artificial Chemical Preservatives

  • Made in Japan by noodle experts
  • Egg white and KANSUI (Sodium Carbonate) for authentic flavor and texture.
  • Wavy-shaped noodles hold just the right amount of soup.
  • Made without chemical preservatives
  • Noodles are shelf-stable & need no refrigeration
  • 8 noodles packs in storage pouch: Each pack = 3.5 oz.


What is Kansui? – Ramen history in every noodle.

The kansui is the distinguishing ingredient in ramen noodles and may have originated in Inner Mongolia, where some lakes contain large amounts of these minerals and whose water is said to be perfect for making these noodles. Making noodles with kansui lends them a yellowish hue as well as a firm texture. Hakubaku has years of experience making delicious ramen noodles, soba and udon in Japan.