Sanuki Menki can provide you with extensive support for opening a new restaurant, including how to use the noodle-making machine, advice on recipes suitable for your area, and trial production of the menu you want to offer.
We will suggest the most suitable machine for you according to the type of noodle you want to produce, your desired production volume, and the location where you plan to open your business. We will also introduce you to the latest noodle workshops and events in countries close to you.
Our international distributors have actual machines on display. Please contact us to find the nearest distributor to you.
We dispatch instructors from Japan to five countries around the world (US, Canada, Australia, China, and Korea) to directly teach you the latest practices in Japanese noodles (ramen and udon) and the noodle business.
・Lesson 1: Learn about noodles. (Ramen & udon)
・Production workshop: Make ramen, udon, and gyoza dumpling skins. (Using local ingredients)
・Taste test 1: Taste ramen and udon made from local ingredients
・Taste test 2: Taste locally available soups and broths
・Product explanation by local partners: Receive explanations about the soups and broths (partners differ based on the workshop location)
This is a one-day workshop. Please inquire about workshop dates.
I was able to try the noodles that I made using local ingredients. This allowed me to get a really good idea of the products.
Being introduced to local associates gave me confidence.
Going to Japan is costly and takes time, so I was happy to be able to speak directly with representatives from the Japanese headquarters.
I was able to grasp the process of introducing a machine in the future.
I was surprised by how delicious the noodles were when I actually tasted them. They were much different than the noodles available in my country.
Please inquire through our website.
We have a wealth of knowledge to offer as one of the oldest ramen schools in Japan.
[Why choose us]
・We provide in-depth guidance through a completely individualized coaching structure.
・We also teach you how to make soup without using MSGs.
・Our school was launched in 2000. We have extensive knowledge and experience as the oldest school of its kind in Japan.
・For 5 days: JPY 280,000 (includes tax; second participant: JPY 140,000)
*The cost of ingredients, course materials, and language interpretation are included in the fees.
*Fully furnished accommodation (one studio room only)
・Noodles: Lecture on noodle-making and guidance to master practical skills. Produce three types of noodles. *Instructor will be dispatched from Sanuki Menki.
・Soup base: Make soup from bones at normal pressure and in a pressure cooker.
(Learn the entire process, beginning with prep work) (At least six types of soup)
・Tare (seasoning sauce): Guided instruction on making at least four types of tare.
・Oil: Guided instruction on making at least three types of oil.
・Toppings: Guided instruction on making chashu pork (two types), chashu chicken, ramen eggs, and menma (seasoned bamboo shoots).
We are the oldest udon school in Japan (and the world) and have produced over 50,000 graduates in the 47 years since the school opened.
[Why choose us]
・We possess a wealth of knowledge as Japan’s (and the world’s) oldest Sanuki udon school.
・You will gain expertise in making noodles that meet the definition of “handmade” noodles.
・We gather experts on dashi broth, soy sauce, flour, and other ingredients to provide guidance in their respective genres.
・A group of experienced instructors will be responsible for guiding you.
We create recipes for noodles with the texture that you desire.
We also offer suggestions and advice on making noodles using your locally-available flour.
[Why choose us]
・You can use original commercial products available only to our members (Kogane Group members)
・You can make trial products using real machines at a local distributor.
・A direct connection with Japan lets you quickly receive advice on recipes and production methods, even after your purchase.
A sales representative at our headquarters will conduct a thorough interview with you and present an appropriate price.
Your contract can be concluded quickly and hassle-free through a local distributor.
We provide one-stop service for all import and export-related operations. Based on your needs, we will handle everything from paperwork to delivery to your restaurant.
We will talk to you about the products you need, and then refer you to channels for obtaining them.
Our experienced distributors in each country will responsibly provide you with the training you need.
A local distributor will provide you with noodle-making guidance on-site at your restaurant. We can also dispatch an instructor from Japan upon request.
A local distributor who has completed our maintenance course can provide you with the support you need. Because after-sales support is handled locally, service can be provided in a timely manner, with no time lag. The distributor is also always available to discuss recipe development.