Hawaii Mom Blog: Sun Noodle Celebrates 40th Anniversary with New Retail Kits




July 10, 2021

Sun Noodle Celebrates 40th Anniversary with New Retail Kits

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Sun Noodle, two new ramen kits are being launched for a limited time: 


  • Gyokai Tonkotsu Tsukemen (Seafood Pork Dipping Ramen)

Tsukemen translates to “dipping noodles” and was originally created in the 1960s by a staff meal using leftover noodles and soup bases. Sun Noodle’s tsukemen kit contains a single serving of thick, chewy noodles designed to absorb and carry the seafood and pork flavors in the broth.


  • Jiro Style Garlic Shoyu Ramen

Popularized by Ramen Jiro in Tokyo, Jiro-style ramen is known for its large portion of hearty, chewy noodles in a rich, savory, garlic soy sauce and pork soup base. It was a fan-favorite for university students because it offered filling mountains of noodles for an affordable price. Sun Noodle’s Jiro kit contains a single serving of chewy noodles formulated to hold its texture in the rich, garlic shoyu broth.


You can find these products at Don Quijote, Marukai and Nijiya Market. 


Visit Sun Noodle’s website for additional information. 

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