Myojo Ippeichan Salt Yakisoba with Garlic Pepper Mayonnaise, 132 g

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5 / 5

1313 reviews

Yakisoba with plenty of savoury spice.

Try something a little different for your next yakisoba with Myojo's Ippeichan salt yakisoba. This large square pot of instant yakisoba noodles comes with a temptingly savoury, salt-based yakisoba sauce, spicy black pepper and garlic mayonnaise, and garnishes of oriental cabbage, fried onion, red pepper and seaweed flakes. Ready in 3 minutes and fantastically filling for lunch.

ITEM ID: #2734


Yakisoba (which literally means 'fried noodles'), is a summertime festival favourite in Japan, both because of its delicious umami-rich flavour and because it is relatively easy to prepare large batches of it on big barbecues. An authentic yakisoba requires noodles, cabbage, carrot, pork, yakisoba sauce, and heaps of tasty garnishes. For's whole range of instant and pre-cooked yakisoba, take a look at our Yakisoba Noodles section.

How To Use

• Open lid from Point 1 (marked on lid) to Line 2. Remove sauce, mayonnaise, and garnish sachets.
• Add boiling water until the noodles are covered. Replace lid and wait three minutes.
• Open outer lid at Point 3 to reveal strainer. Carefully drain excess water.
• Remove lid entirely. Stir in yakisoba sauce and mayonnaise. Sprinkle garnish on top.

Item Detail


Per 100g:
• Energy: 2021kJ/483kcal
• Fat: 26.97g
  (of which Saturates: 1.7g)
• Carbohydrate: 52.27g
  (of which Sugars: 5.6g)
• Protein: 7.95g
• Salt: 3.22g


13 reviews
Truly Delicious! Can never go wrong with some Ippeichan Yakisoba. A lighter version than the normal darker flavour
These are scrummy. To my mind they are nicer than regular instant noodles. The name sounds like they should be really salty, but they're not. The flavour is more like sprinkling plain noodles with soy sauce. It then gets topped with ***, which I thought was going to be odd, but is actually really tasty.\n\nMy one gripe is that the instructions on the packet don't have an English translation, so I had to come back to the Japan Centre website the 1st time to look up how to prepare them. This is why I've dropped a star. However once you know how to do it the preparation is simplicity itself - basically you peel the cover back at one corner (it's marked where) and take out all of the sachets. You then add boiling water and let it stand for a few minutes. Once it's done you peel the opposite corner open (also marked) to reveal a strainer built into the packaging, so you can drain off the excess water. Once it's drained you top with the sauce, *** and garnish, and devour.\n\nThese are my new go- to on hospital night shifts for "lunch". I'm so glad I discovered them.
Very tasty noodles with a nice, sweet garlic hit. I think I can make them at home now having tried them. 😁 Would recommend.
Partner loves these
Super yummy !!
Delicious garlic flavour
I thoroughly enjoyed this as a late breakfast.\nI would certainly recommend these noodles.\nExcellent quality and flavours. Quite large and filling. \nWasn't sure what to expect when I ordered but definitely glad I did. Taste exceeded my expectations.\nI guarantee I will be buying more of these. \n
It's massive, great value for money and a fantastic flavour. Easy to use (I used Google Translate to read the instructions). Great for a large lunch or dinner.
Really nice
Great flavour
As expected.