Mizkan Noodle Broth Concentrate brings the Flavor of Japan™ to your kitchen. Just add 1 cup of hot water per 2 tablespoons to enjoy traditional dashi broth with delicious umami taste in your favorite Japanese noodle soup recipes. Made with tuna broth, scallop extract, dried sardines, and anchovy extract.


Whether you’re looking to cook with Ramen, Udon or Soba, we have the Umami Rich Concentrates from Japan that will create the perfect broth in minutes vs. hours.

Ramen Broth Concentrate

Mizkan Ramen Broth concentrate is your perfect dashi broth base for restaurant quality Ramen noodle dishes like Shoyu Ramen, Miso Ramen, Ramen Bowl and more.

Udon & Soba Broth Concentrate

Mizkan Udon and Soba Broth concentrate is your perfect dashi broth base for restaurant quality Udon and Soba noodle dishes like Beef Udon, Nabeyaki Udon Soup, Stir Fried Udon, Tempura Soba, Zaru Soba and more.



Add 1 cup of hot water per 2 tablespoons of broth concentrate to enjoy traditional dashi broth.


Add your finished broth to your noodles. Add your favorite toppings, including veggies and proteins. Enjoy! Each bottle contains 12 Servings.


Leveraging the flavorful characteristics of staple umami-rich Japanese ingredients lead to the creation of delicious, authentic solutions like Mizkan Noodle Broth Concentrates that deliver restaurant experiences at home.

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What is Dashi?

Dashi is a flavorful Japanese stock made with umami-packed aromatic ingredients that serves as a foundational flavor and essential ingredient present in most Japanese dishes. Dashi plays a major role in familiar Japanese favorites like miso soup, ramen noodle soup, udon or soba noodle soup, tare (dipping sauces), sukiyaki, shabu shabu, okonomiyaki and nimono (simmered dishes).

What is Umami?

Literally translated from Japanese as “essence of deliciousness”, Umami, described as a pleasantly savory flavor, is often referred to as “the fifth taste” after sweet, sour, salty and bitter.


The deep umami flavor is what sets dashi apart from other stocks. Umami is difficult to identify on its own, but it’s absence is apparent when missing in Japanese dishes that would otherwise taste flat, bland or onedimensional.

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Did You Know?

Uniquely blending premium umami ingredients like skipjack tuna, sardines, scallops and traditionally brewed Japanese soy sauce allows Mizkan to create a harmonious, well rounded, and traditional broth for deliciously authentic Japanese Noodle dishes.