Unohana Noodle 3-Bag Set

Seller: Tomiya
Producer: Tomiya Shoten
ID: 80
These versatile Unohana-men are an easy-to-eat version of the longer, more traditional Inaniwa udon noodles, however they still retain the full flavor and satisfying texture of their predecessor.
¥ 2,000
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A new and attractive packaging design has been added to Tomiya Shoten’s Unohana noodle line. These udon noodles are packaged in an originally designed rice bag with a compact and cute appearance, making for a great gift item. The classic, traditional Inaniwa udon noodles produced by Tomiya Shoten are well-regarded for their firm texture and chewiness. Although these Unohana noodles are finer, they still retain the characteristics of the original Inaniwa noodles, while being even more versatile and easy to eat. In addition to serving it like regular udon, Unohana noodles can be served like porridge, added to salad, or mixed with mayo and other ingredients to make macaroni salad. If soft-boiled, Inaniwa Udon noodles can be served to babies, the elderly, and those who have difficulty eating long noodles. How to Cook Unohana Noodles: Put the noodles into boiling water and cool them for about 4 minutes, stirring them to prevent them from sticking together. Quickly drain them in a colander and rinse them under running water to cool them down. How to Serve: Ladle the noodles in a bowl, pour your favorite sauce on top, and serve with a spoon. Condiments like mitsuba leaves and chopped leeks also go well with the noodles. For adults, grated ginger can also be added. The shelf life is up to 730 days, depending on the shipping timing. Tomiya Shoten also offers long noodles, so if you want to enjoy the smoothness of the Inaniwa udon, please check out our other products.
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 1100 gr
  • Product height: 6 cm
  • Product width: 30 cm
  • Product length: 15 cm
Unohana Noodle 3-Bag Set is produced in Akita prefecture.
Tomiya Shoten
Akita Prefecture
Founded in 1883, Tomiya Shoten handles a wide range of products including tea, sugar, wheat flour, hardware, canned goods, liquor, and even petroleum. Tomiya Shoten was the first store in Yuzawa to handle beer, and are proud of their long history as a special distributor of Sapporo Beer. When Yuzawa Station was first built, Tomiya Shoten served beer at the station. In addition to distribution and sales, Tomiya Shoten also sells their own original products, starting with the manufacture and sales of Inaniwa Udon noodles about 50 years ago. Since then, they have been focusing on sales to department stores in the Kanto and Kansai regions, promoting it as a product of Akita. Throughout its history, Tomiya Shoten has been sourcing and providing their customers with the necessary, in-demand products of each era, and will continue to strive to supply products that will surprise you in the future.