ICHIRAN Take-Home Ramen Kit

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Developed in Hakata, Japan, the noodles are truly a masterpiece with firm, smooth texture and rich flavor. 

The soup concentrate is an authentic, flavorful tonkotsu broth full of umami flavors.

For a touch of spice, add ICHIRAN’s Original Spicy Seasoning to your ramen. 

Each kit comes with three (3) servings of individually packed noodles, soup concentrate, and Original Spicy Red Seasoning.

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Product Information


     3 per kit


  • Soup Concentrate 1.9 oz / 53 g (3 packs)
  • Hakata Noodles 2.6 oz / 75 g (3 packs)
  • Original Spicy Red Seasoning 0.4 oz / 1 g (3 packs)

Allergy Information:

    Soup Concentrate: Wheat, pork, soy
    Noodles (Dried): Wheat
    Original Spicy Red Seasoning: None

14 Reviews

  • 4
    Ichiran ramen kit

    Posted by A on May 11th 2020

    really nice ramen kit, broth tasted closely to the ones they serve at the restaurant. Overall we liked it, delicious!

  • 5
    About the taste

    Posted by Jin Yoshida on May 11th 2020

    The price is a little high, so I only ordered one for now. However, when I tried it, it was really delicious. I danced.

  • 5
    Simple & Delicious

    Posted by Jolie on May 1st 2020

    Hands down the best ramen! Not being able to travel has been hard, but having this to experience at home helps curb the sadness and frustration. Easy steps to follow. Doesn’t take a master chef!

  • 5

    Posted by Heather deMesa on Apr 28th 2020

    Considering we're in CA, this is pretty close to the real thing. Wish it was a little cheaper but willing to pay for it every now and then. A real treat!

  • 3

    Posted by Steve on Apr 26th 2020

    Ichiran's tonkotsu is my favorite in the world. I even flew to NY from LA for the opening of the first US restaurant. I knew this wouldn’t be as good, but it was no even close... it tasted like your usual supermarket “Nama” ramen which I used to eat before real tonkotsu came to the U.S. I was looking forward to eating this since we can’t leave home, but I guess I’ll have to wait for the real thing someday. I can understand not wanting to divulge ingredients on packaged food, but then they should do what Ichiran in Japan does and offer alternative ramen besides the original tonkotsu that might be better suited to take home... or maybe they’ll open in LA finally.

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