Since its launch on August 9, 1976, Nissin-no-Donbei has been the dominant brand in the Japanese-style bowl-type udon and soba category of the instant cup noodle market. The brand currently meets a wide range of customer needs with a variety of products, centered on a variety of instant cup-type noodles, as well as chilled products, frozen foods, and the Eat in a Bowl series.
The noodles are firm and chewy enough.
The fried tofu is soaked in broth and delicious.
The normal udon noodles are the best.
The sauce also has a good umami taste from the bonito and kelp, so there are no complaints.
Normally, you should wait 5 minutes after adding hot water, but I heard that if you wait 10 minutes, the texture will change and it will be delicious.
The kakiage is packaged so that it can be added afterwards and eaten crispy.
The noodles are straight, so they are easier to slurp than the green Tanuki noodles.
The sauce has a delicious bonito flavor.
Normally, it is 5 minutes after adding hot water, but if you wait 10 minutes, the texture changes and it tastes better.
This is also recommended by Nissin Foods.