"Kitsune no Married Fondobo Udon" is a product developed after the "beef bone dashi noodle culture" of the beef bone soy sauce flavored ramen, commonly known as "Kudamatsu ramen", which is popular in Yamaguchi Prefecture. General udon soup is made with "Katsuobushi + kelp dashi", but Fondobo udon is made based on "Fondobo + kelp dashi" without using bonito flakes. The "seasoned triangle" on the udon is branded with a fox's face. The outline is nice.
"Fox's Married Frozen Inari" is a small and cute frozen inari sushi that you can eat in one go. Here too, each one has a branding iron on the face of the fox. It seems that they will be pleased if they serve it as a tea contractor when they come to visit.
The fox's wedding fondobo udon is for 4 people per box, and the price is 1,980 yen. The fox's married frozen inari is 20 pieces per bag, and the price is 830 yen.
By the way, regarding the illustration of the package, "In the Edo period, Katsushika Hokusai and Suzuki Kiitsu drew an ukiyo-e called" Kitsune no yomezu ". I wondered what kind of artist would be good in modern times, and the cover illustration of the manga magazine" Fellows! " I asked Mr. Ao Fuwa, a popular writer with a fantastic style, to do the illustrations. "