FUKUOKA

Kurume Tonkotsu Ramen (pot noodle)

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The main feature of this pot noodle is the full-flavored soup, made with a very creamy, opaque tonkotsu pork bone soup with special pork oil. Garlic chips are added to further stimulate the appetite, in addition to sliced chashu roast pork, kikurage mushrooms, chopped green spring onions, and grated sesame.

Menbei (Super Hot)

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Menbei are senbei crackers, containing a variety of flavorsome seafoods, including squid, octopus, and a Fukuoka specialty mentaiko, spicy pollock roe. This super hot version contains chili pepper, 40% of which are the fiery habanero variety.

Kirin Ichiban Shibori Fukuoka Version

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This beer contains barley malt, 100% produced in Fukuoka, and has a flavor specifically designed to complement the strong tasting local dishes of Fukuoka.

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Kurume Tonkotsu Ramen (pot noodle)

The main feature of this pot noodle is the full-flavored soup, made with a very creamy, opaque tonkotsu pork bone soup with special pork oil. Garlic chips are added to further stimulate the appetite, in addition to sliced chashu roast pork, kikurage mushrooms, chopped green spring onions, and grated sesame.

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Menbei (Super Hot)

Menbei are senbei crackers, containing a variety of flavorsome seafoods, including squid, octopus, and a Fukuoka specialty mentaiko, spicy pollock roe. This super hot version contains chili pepper, 40% of which are the fiery habanero variety.

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Kirin Ichiban Shibori Fukuoka Version

This beer contains barley malt, 100% produced in Fukuoka, and has a flavor specifically designed to complement the strong tasting local dishes of Fukuoka.

Hakata Nile Curry (Mild)

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This curry sauce in a retort pouch is made under the supervision of Hakata’s famous curry restaurant, Hakata Nile Curry. This is the mild type, featuring moderate spiciness and a full flavor that teams up nicely with hot plain rice.

Unagi Poritto

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This crispy snack is actually deep-fried, specially seasoned unagi eel bones, cut into smaller easy-to-eat pieces. It is very rich in calcium, and has a slightly salty taste that goes excellently with beer. Roughly 9g a day of this product will satisfy the recommended intake of calcium for a healthy body.

Shonshon 250g

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This is a well-matured traditional type of moromi, or chunky miso dip, made with highly nutritious soybeans, barley that is rich in dietary fibers, and a specially blended soy sauce. It is great as a topping for a variety of dishes, such as grilled fish, sticky rice cake, vegetables, and hot plain rice.   

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Hakata Nile Curry (Mild)

This curry sauce in a retort pouch is made under the supervision of Hakata’s famous curry restaurant, Hakata Nile Curry. This is the mild type, featuring moderate spiciness and a full flavor that teams up nicely with hot plain rice.

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Unagi Poritto

This crispy snack is actually deep-fried, specially seasoned unagi eel bones, cut into smaller easy-to-eat pieces. It is very rich in calcium, and has a slightly salty taste that goes excellently with beer. Roughly 9g a day of this product will satisfy the recommended intake of calcium for a healthy body.

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Shonshon 250g

This is a well-matured traditional type of moromi, or chunky miso dip, made with highly nutritious soybeans, barley that is rich in dietary fibers, and a specially blended soy sauce. It is great as a topping for a variety of dishes, such as grilled fish, sticky rice cake, vegetables, and hot plain rice.   

Kashiwa-Meshi Kit

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Kashiwa-meshi, or chicken rice, has long been very popular in Kyushu, and this kit contains a generous amount of chicken and gobo burdock, accompanied by a stock made from free range Nagoya Cochin chicken. The cooked chicken rice can be enjoyed either as it is, or cooled down to make rice balls.

Mutsugoro Ramen

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The main feature of this instant noodle kit is the soup made with a broth of mutsugoro, a rare species of fish living in the Ariake Sea. The fish are sun-dried, fire-roasted, and powdered to make this light yet flavorsome broth, which could easily be recognized as restaurant quality. The dried noodles are made from wheat 100% locally grown in Kyushu.  

Hakata Miso 500g

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This is a tsubu, or grainy, type of miso that contains a greater ratio of koji mold than that found in general miso. This light-colored variety, made with rice and barley, also features a mellow and full-flavored taste. It can be used as a versatile seasoning for a variety of dishes, not just in terms of Japanese cuisine, but also in others, for example, pork cutlets and western-flavored stews. It can even be used as a secret ingredient for chocolate gateaux.

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Kashiwa-Meshi Kit

Kashiwa-meshi, or chicken rice, has long been very popular in Kyushu, and this kit contains a generous amount of chicken and gobo burdock, accompanied by a stock made from free range Nagoya Cochin chicken. The cooked chicken rice can be enjoyed either as it is, or cooled down to make rice balls.

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Mutsugoro Ramen

The main feature of this instant noodle kit is the soup made with a broth of mutsugoro, a rare species of fish living in the Ariake Sea. The fish are sun-dried, fire-roasted, and powdered to make this light yet flavorsome broth, which could easily be recognized as restaurant quality. The dried noodles are made from wheat 100% locally grown in Kyushu.  

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Hakata Miso 500g

This is a tsubu, or grainy, type of miso that contains a greater ratio of koji mold than that found in general miso. This light-colored variety, made with rice and barley, also features a mellow and full-flavored taste. It can be used as a versatile seasoning for a variety of dishes, not just in terms of Japanese cuisine, but also in others, for example, pork cutlets and western-flavored stews. It can even be used as a secret ingredient for chocolate gateaux.