Eat Like Your Favorite Anime Hero With New Ramen Noodle Bowls at Toynk!

My Hero Academia ramen noodle bowl toynk
My Hero Academia – Ramen Noodle Bowl (Image: PR) has announced the release of six new ramen noodle bowls. And yes, chopsticks are included!

Ramen is a staple in a lot of anime and manga content. The highly-popular character Naruto is named after narutomaki (eaten with ramen). And we all know that Naruto loves to devour bowls of ramen. He did lose the ramen eating contest to his wife Hinata, though. But anyway, back to the bowls available at

The anime-inspired bowls include Dragon Ball Z, My Hero Academia, Naruto, and more.

Each two-piece set includes a 16-ounce ceramic ramen noodle bowl, a pair of wooden chopsticks, and a built-in chopstick holder. Toynk’s giving you all of the convenience!

These six new bowls are made from durable ceramic material. So, they will be able to withstand daily use. All of the bowls are officially licensed. And, of course, you can use these bowls for udon noodles, pho, miso soup, and such.

Depending on which bowl you like, it will cost you in the $22.99 – $27.99 range over at (landing page link). 

I like how each bowl, basically, has two different designs. If I were to pick a favorite, I would go for the Naruto-inspired Ichiraku Ramen bowl.


These bowls do look perfect to eat some warm noodles in during winter. Just the thought of holding a bowl of noodles while I get all cozy on the sofa is making me smile.

Considering the type of anime or Japanese-culture fans you have in your family or group of friends, these bowls could make for a thoughtful and fun holiday gift. 

Feel free to share your thoughts with us about these ramen noodle bowls.

(Source: Press release)

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Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.

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