Souvenir Snack #8 Bites Menu

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    • Snack Introduction

      Ingredients, allergen and the date of when the snack was confirmed. You can get tips on how to eat and fun facts too!

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    Slurp Up Some Ramen🍜

    The totebag is designed with Tsubaki (Japanese camelia). This flower native to Japan often used in Japanese art, literature and more.

    Certified Halal since November 2016

    Exclusive For You! Spicy Ramen

    How to Eat

    1. Fully boil about 500-550ml of water. Then, add noodles and cook for about 4min, stirring occasionally. (You can adjust the water amount and cooking time as you like)

    2. Once the noodles are done, turn off the heat and add the soup powder. Stir well to mix.

    3. If you like, you can add seaweed, green onions, or other toppings of your choice. Enjoy!

    Ingredient

    Noodle: Wheat, Starch, Seasalt, Kansui (natural brine water)
    Soup: Sea salt, Sugar, Soy sauce powder, Clam powder, Kimchi powder, Vegetable oil, Dried green onion powder, Corn powder, Caramel color

    *see "Other Confirmed Info"

    Allergen

    • Common allergen:
      None in particular

    Other Confirmed Info

    certified halal by Japan Islamic Trust (JIT), a registered religious body in Japan, has been serving and supporting the Islamic community for decades. The body also oversees and manages a collections of mosques and musallas (Prayer Rooms) in Japan like Otsuka Masjid, Hitachi Mosque, etc.

    As a certification body, it is accredited and recognized by EIAC, JAKIM (Malaysia), CICOT (Thailand), Ministry of Health Qatar and The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

    Certified Halal since November 2016

    Miso Ramen Like That Beloved Hokkaido Miso Ramen

    How to Eat

    1. Fully boil about 500-550ml of water. Then, add noodles and cook for about 4min, stirring occasionally. (You can adjust the water amount and cooking time as you like)

    2. Once the noodles are done, turn off the heat and add the soup powder. Stir well to mix.

    3. If you like, you can add seaweed, green onions, or other toppings of your choice. Enjoy!

    Ingredient

    Noodle: wheat, starch, seasalt, kansui (natural brine water)
    Soup: white & red soybean paste powder, seasalt, spices, seasoning, caramel color

    Allergen

    • Common Allergen:
      None in particular

    Other Confirmed Info

    certified halal by Japan Islamic Trust (JIT), a registered religious body in Japan, has been serving and supporting the Islamic community for decades. The body also oversees and manages a collections of mosques and musallas (Prayer Rooms) in Japan like Otsuka Masjid, Hitachi Mosque, etc.

    As a certification body, it is accredited and recognized by EIAC, JAKIM (Malaysia), CICOT (Thailand), Ministry of Health Qatar and The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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