Myojo Ippeichan Yakisoba topped with Karamucho Hot Chili Snacks

Yakisoba, together with ramen, udon and soba, is one of the noodle dishes that represent Japan.It is a stir-fried noodle dish with vegetables and meat.

Like ramen, there are a variety of instant yakisoba noodles available at supermarkets and drugstores in Japan, and enen on online shopping sites, such as days, instant yakisoba noodles with an unique or weird flavor are coming out one after another, including chocolate yakisoba, natto yakisoba and takoyaki yakisoba.

Regarding the latter two, natto yakisoba and takoyaki yakisoba, I tried both instant yakisoba and reported the results of my review a several months ago, and this time I tried out a spicy instant yakisoba whose spiciness comes mainly from its accompanied hot chill snacks.

Myojo Ippeichan Yakisoba with Karamucho Hot Chili Snacks

What I purchased is Myojo Ippeichan Instant Yakisoba Do-Karamucho Hot Chili flavor.It is the combination of Myojo Ippeichan Yakisoba ( and Koikeya Karamucho Hot Chili Snacks (, both of which are widely known as long-seller items in Japan.

When I peeled off the lid about halfway, I saw 3 flavor packets placed on the instant noodles, so I took them out (The blue one : Karamucho hot chili snack seasoning, The white one : Special mayonnaise, The orange one : hot chili yakisoba sauce).About the proper way to make this instant yakisoba (instructions), this article and the movie on the bottom of this article will help.

After I cooked the instant noodles, I added all the seasonings to the noodles.Unexpectedly the hot chili snack seasoning, Karamucho was powdery, neither chips nor sticks, but thanks to that, the powdered Karamucho was well applied to the noodles.

Stirred well and I enjoyed the yakisoba noodles.It was savory, pretty spicy and had a good flavor, but I wasn’t able to feel the spiciness unique to Karamucho hot chili snacks very much.

I prefer this instant yakisoba topped with Japanese snacks recipe to the Myojo Ippeichan Instant Yakisoba Do-Karamucho Hot Chili flavor.Although the latter is a limited-time product and seems to be unavailable outside Japan, the former recipe is highly recommended and you will be able to prepare the ingredients.


I'm Japanese living in Niigata Prefecture,Japan.I want to introduce things about Japan,especially unique Japanese products,sightseeing places,my daily life and Japanese culture.

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