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Over 1200 years ago, a handmade noodle (Udon) has spread throughout Japan from Sanuki.

Today, Sanuki is spreading various kinds of handmade style noodles, such as Udon, Pasta, Soba and Ramen.

Information

Sanuki Menki Co., Ltd.

Sanuki Menki was established in 1910, and it is the oldest noodle machine maker in Japan.

Noodle-machine was invented in Japan and there are about 50 makers of noodle machine in Japan. Among them, Sanuki Menki holds the largest market share as a comprehensive noodle machine maker producing small-size machines for restaurants to large-volume fully automated systems.

In Japan, handmade noodles are very popular for their high culinary qualities; Sanuki Menki is well known as the maker that perfected the art of replicating the techniques of the legendary Sanuki-style of noodle making. Sanuki Menki has greatly contributed to the advancement of noodle-eating culture in Japan; it has played a key role in epoch-making and very popular events such as sales of frozen noodles by Katokichi; ever growing popularity of Sanuki-style noodles; and increasing consumption of Ramen noodles. Sanuki Menki has a wide range of noodle-making products: udon noodles, ramen noodles, soba (buck wheat) noodles, fried noodles etc. Sanuki Menki, as the leader in the noodle industry in Japan, opened the Center for the Study of Noodle-Making Techniques 38 years ago to share its knowledge of noodle-making skills, techniques and other relevant know-how that has been amassed in its long history. In recent years, Sanuki Menki has been growing internationally as well. Its products are used in more than 20 countries of the world, and it has affiliates and sales operations in Shanghai, China, Seoul, Korea, Singapore, Australia and Europe.

 

Sanuki Menki Japan and Its Supportive Group of Outside Noodle Experts
- A Unique Organization Dedicated to Noodle Making

Sanuki Menki is the only company that can offer noodle-making systems for any type of noodles that exist in Japan along with the know-how for running the systems efficiently and profitably.
It has also built a national structure of businesses involved in supplying ingredients such
as flour and additives; packing materials; kitchen equipment; and other types of equipment necessary for noodle-making plants.

Machines

SETO TS-1P

  •  SETO-TS (most popular noodle machine series in Japan)
  • -Capable of Making All Types of Noodle by Changing Cutter Blades
  • -Productive capacity:
  • 100-200 servings for Ramen, 200-250 Servings for Udon,
  • 150-200 Servings for Pasta, 120-180 Servings for Soba per hour
  • -Compact Size, Small Space to Occupy
  • -Easy to Move with Caster
  • -High Efficiency, Easy to Use
  • -Large Roller (Diameter: 168mm) for High Quality Noodle

 


SANUKI No.1 AP-6 1K

 

SANUKI No.1 AP-6 3K

 

SANUKI M-808 AP-6

 

SANUKI No.1 AP-6 1K and 3K
Sanuki handmade-style Udon, Soba, Pasta, Ramen

-Capable of Making All Types of Noodles

-Productive capacity:

250-300 Servings for Udon, 100-150 Servings for Ramen,

150-200 Servings for Pasta, 100 Servings of Soba per hour

-Include Hand kneading (Super Kneader; SN-6P), Forming (Rolling Press; RP-1P: 3K model will be RP-3P) and Knife slicing

-Capable of Making SANUKI Handmade-Style Udon.

-High Efficiency, Easy to Use

We also have small version of SANUKI No.1, which name is SANUKI M-808 AP-6 Model. There is a difference between No.1 and M808 is that amount of noodle-making capacity.
-Productive capacity:

150-200 Servings of Udon in 1 Hour


SANUKI M-301 AP-6

 

SANUKI M-301 AP-6
Handmade-style Udon, as optional; Soba, Ramen, Pasta

-Capable of Making All Types of Noodle by Changing Cutter Blades

-Productive capacity:

150-200 servings for Udon per hour

-Capable of Making SANUKI Handmade-Style Udon with slitter blade

-High Efficiency, Easy to Use, compact size, and better price


 

Contact Address

TEL: 0875-72-3145

FAX: 0875-73-5139

E-mail: danguri@menki.co.jp

Japanese version of HP

Schedule of Exhibitions

・HOTERES JAPAN: Tokyo:

February: 16th to 19th

・NRA SHOW: Chicago, America:

May:   21th to 24th

・FOOMA JAPAN: Tokyo:

June:  7th to 10th

・FINE FOOD AUSTRALIA RETURNS: Sydney: Australia:

September:12th to 15th

 

Schedule of Noodle Technical Center

5 days Udon Course:

(Headquarter Only) 

January:   25th to 29st

February:  22th to 26th

March:   28th to 1st

3 days Ramen Course:

(Headquarter Only)

December:

15th to 17th

February:

9th to 11th

April:

12th to 14th

2 days Course:

 (Other dates are  negotiable)

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