Acecook - "Devil-Spicy" instant noodles from its EDGE outrageous series

Today, Acecook announced that they are going to release the EDGE Onikara Yakisoba (Onikara means literally "Devil-Spicy" meaning insanely-hot fried noodles) on May 12.

I guess that Japanese people generally are not good at spicy food, so dishes called "super-hot" here in Japan might be considered only medium spicy by foreign people. But hopefully Acecook won't disappoint us with its level of the spiciness, and can live up to its Onikara name!

Acecook unveiled its new EDGE instant noodle series last January. EDGE is a series of outrageous noodle products, which included the too-much-mayonnaise instant fried noodle as its first shot.

 

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