You Can Now Buy an Instant Ramen-Themed Rubik's Cube

Modeled after Maruchan udon.

Design
2,819 Hypes 2 Comments

Toyo Suisan Kaisha has released a puzzling instant ramen-themed Rubik’s Cube for those who are either too bored of normal ones or too bored of instant noodles.

Offered in green and red colorways, the Rubik’s Cubes are fitted in wide instant noodle packages modeled after Maruchan’s Akai Kitsune and Tanuki udon. Open the lid to find the Rubik’s Cube placed at the center of a printed image of noodles — no actual noodles, unfortunately. Each package comes with a thin silver-toned sheet mimicking packets of powdered seasoning. Moreover, the Rubik’s Cubes appear to be simplified as there is only one side that needs to be put together.

Toyo Suisan Kaisha’s new Rubik’s Cubes are currently available on Amazon Japan for ¥2,880 JPY (approximately $26 USD).

In case you missed it, check out NISSIN’s new soup-solidifying powder.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

NISSIN and Tablelog Concoct Mouth-Watering Instant Shoyu Ramen
Food & Beverage

NISSIN and Tablelog Concoct Mouth-Watering Instant Shoyu Ramen

Based on the recipe of Yokohama ramen shop Sakurai Chuka Soba.

This 'Demon Slayer' Rubik's Cube Was Meant to be Solved On the Go
Gaming

This 'Demon Slayer' Rubik's Cube Was Meant to be Solved On the Go

In keychain form.

You Can Now Buy a Tesla With Bitcoins
Automotive 

You Can Now Buy a Tesla With Bitcoins

Elon Musk explained how it works in a series of tweets.


You Can Now Buy Steve McQueen's Malibu Beach Home
Design

You Can Now Buy Steve McQueen's Malibu Beach Home

Listed at $12,200,000 USD.

Footpatrol, Mid City Signs and Vault by Vans Pay Homage to LA's Sign Painting With New Footwear Capsule
Footwear

Footpatrol, Mid City Signs and Vault by Vans Pay Homage to LA's Sign Painting With New Footwear Capsule

Featuring three classic silhouettes from the California-based skate company.

Paul Walker's 'Fast & Furious' Toyota Supra Is for Sale
Automotive

Paul Walker's 'Fast & Furious' Toyota Supra Is for Sale

Relive your youth and bid on this customized piece of movie history.

Carhartt WIP Brings New "Hinterland" Print to the Converse Chuck 70
Footwear

Carhartt WIP Brings New "Hinterland" Print to the Converse Chuck 70

High and low-cut Chuck 70s take on WIP’s latest pattern.

Wood Wood's PF21 Collection Is an Expression of Youthfulness
Fashion

Wood Wood's PF21 Collection Is an Expression of Youthfulness

A nod to the umbrellas of Napoli’s rocky beaches.

Flagship Gallery NANZUKA UNDERGOUND to Open In the Heart of Harajuku
Art

Flagship Gallery NANZUKA UNDERGOUND to Open In the Heart of Harajuku

Kicking off with Masato Mori’s solo exhibition.


BTS and CASETiFY Are Back for a Third Time With a "Dynamite" Collection
Tech

BTS and CASETiFY Are Back for a Third Time With a "Dynamite" Collection

Featuring a new waterfall Floaty Case.

Secretlab’s Newest Gaming Chair Recreates the Iron Throne
Gaming

Secretlab’s Newest Gaming Chair Recreates the Iron Throne

Your chance to rule the Seven Kingdoms.

Reebok Enlists Mister Levier For New "The REEView" Web Series
Footwear 

Reebok Enlists Mister Levier For New "The REEView" Web Series

Presented by Reebok
The latest episode breaks down the new COTTWEILER “New Age Traveller” collection.

Converse Celebrates Its Basketball Heritage With "Beat the World" Pack
Footwear

Converse Celebrates Its Basketball Heritage With "Beat the World" Pack

The Chuck 70 Hi and Skidgrip sport archival ads, logos, yearbook photos and more.

Matthew M Williams and Nike's Zoom MMW 004 Fuels This Week's Best Footwear Drops
Footwear 

Matthew M Williams and Nike's Zoom MMW 004 Fuels This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Alongside adidas YEEZYs and Human Made collaborations, the Air Jordan 3 “Rust Pink,” sacai x Nike Blazer Lows and more.


More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.