Kyoto is famous for kaiseki ryori (a traditional meal served in courses), but in fact curry udon is also an enduringly popular dish. Behind this is a culture of soup stock particular to Kyoto, a place that prefers light seasoning and values soup stock that elicits the flavor of ingredients.
That soup stock pairs perfectly with curry udon. A refined soup stock made with bonito and kombu is key to the flavor of the curry udon from the Mimikou noodle house run by Temote Co., which has been loved by people in Kyoto for more than 40 years. A complex, profound richness and aroma are produced by adding 11 different spices to that soup stock.
This instant curry udon product lets consumers enjoy at home the curry udon served at that popular restaurant. Anyone can easily make this simply by boiling the udon noodles and then mixing the powdered soup included in the set to enjoy a new flavor experience combining curry from India and the food culture of Japan.
Price: ¥397 (Toppings not included)
Manufacturer: Temote Co. in Kyoto
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