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Jul 16, 2020Jul 16, 2020
Online class
Yamato HQ (Kagawa, Japan)


  • July 16 (4 P.M. Japanese time)

Online Noodle class (July 16, 2020). Noodles served cold (Hiyashi Udon/Chuka). Completed (playback link available)

you can expect to...
  • Listen to a lecture on different varieties of noodles that can be served cold: “Hiyashi Udon”, “Hiyashi Chuka”, etc., and how we can make them from scratch on noodle machines
  • Explore how you can strengthen and diversify your food business with commercial noodle machines which would allow you produce various types of noodles you can serve cold during hot seasons
  • Watch a demo session on production of “Hiyashi Udon” on “Shin’Uchi” and “Hiyashi Chuka” on “Richmen” noodle machines
  • Learn about the differences between Udon and Ramen (Chuka-men) noodles: ingredients, production methods, cooking techniques
  • Learn how to arrange dishes using cold noodles
  • Get a glimpse of Yamato Noodle School settings – a place where many prominent noodle cuisine professionals have started their careers!
  • And, much more!


Akira Mii

Renowned Japanese noodle cuisine professional

Akira Mii has worked for Yamato for almost 20 years, supporting customers in many countries across the world. He can share his broad knowledge and deep expertise in noodle making and other aspects of noodle business.

Online class on noodles served Cold

The most common image of Japanese noodles may perhaps be a hearty bowl of Ramen – hot, rich, seething with umami, satiating and warming. There is, of course, buckwheat soba noodles – but they exist in their own league, and aside from hardcore fans and connoisseurs are still relatively – as unfortunate as it may be – less known to the general public. But even Ramen and Udon can and may be different. Because when summer comes, instead of warming and satiating, more often than not one would want their food to be rather refreshing and light. And in this regard both Ramen and Udon cuisines definitely have suitable options to offer. Think “Hiyashi”. “Hiyashi” (written 冷やし in Japanese) means “cold” or “cooled”, and is used as a prefix to mean that the noodles used in a dish are served cold. 

Yamato is always strongly committed to help our customers in noodle business be successful regardless of circumstances and seasons. Summer may come, so be it: let us roll up our sleeves, and get down to business!

Join Yamato on July 16, 2020 to learn about Hiyashi Udon and Hiyashi Chuka (Ramen): ingredients, noodle making methods, cooking and plating techniques, and more! 

NOTE: we are looking forward for, and would definitely welcome your watching the live broadcast, but should it be difficult for you, you would still be able to access a recorded version of the class by the same link sent to you after your registration.


Time (Japanese time)Contents
4:00~4:05 (P.M.)Introduction
4:05 ~ 4:15A short lecture on different varieties of Japanese noodles that can be served cold
4:15 ~ 5:05Demo session: making Udon and Ramen noodles on Yamato noodle machines
5:05 ~5:25Preparation and plating of Hiyashi Udon and Hiyashi Chuka noodle dishes
5:25 ~ 5:30FAQ session

*Schedule and timetable may be subject to change
*The class will be conducted in English

Get a free chance to explore and experience making high quality Udon and Ramen noodles on the best commercial noodle machines for noodle specialty shops and small-size noodle factories:

tested by time, endorsed by professionals

ramen machine for pasta
Ramen machine "Richmen"
udon machine
Udon machine "Shin'uchi"

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How to register for the class

Submit your information from [BOOK NOW]
Receive a registration email from Yamato MFG.

You will receive an email with instructions for how to log in to the Class livestream.


Feel free to tell us about the kind of pasta noodles you would want to see featured or any particular topic covered during the Class.


If you are interested in watching a recording of the class, please contact us to request a playback link.

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