Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 16 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 麺
- end with 麺
- contain 麺
noodles, wheat flour
KUN:
  • むぎこ
    mugiko
ON:
  • メン
    men
  • ベン
    ben
Written with 16 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 42 results)

noun
ramen, Chinese-style noodles(usually kana)
Other readings:
ラーメン《老麺》
らーめん《拉麺》[1]
らーめん《老麺》[1]
らあめん《拉麺》[1]
らあめん《老麺》[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kana usage

noun
1.
noodles
2.
flour(archaism)
Other readings:
【めん】

noun
type of sōmen made without added oil, specialty of Miyagi prefecture, usu. eaten in broth, esp. warm in winter(food term)
Other readings:
温麺【ううめん】
温麺【うんめん】
雲麺【うーめん】
雲麺【ううめん】
雲麺【うんめん】

noun
instant noodles (sold in a cup), cup noodles

noun
hardtack, cracker, hard biscuit(archaism)(term used by the Imperial Japanese Army)
See also:乾パン

noun
noodles made in flat strips(usually kana, food term)
Other readings:
きしめん《棊子麺》
きしめん《碁子麺》

noun
beef noodle soup
Other readings:
牛肉麺【ニョウロウミェン】
牛肉麺【ニョウローメン】

noun
sweet of egg yolks drawn into strands and boiled in sugar syrup (orig. from Portugal), angel hair, fios de ovos

noun
zhajiangmian (Chinese dish of ground pork over wheat noodles)
Other readings:
ジャージャー麺【ジャージャンめん】
炸醤麺【ジャージャーめん】
炸醤麺【ジャージャンめん】
ジャージャン麺【ジャージャーめん】
ジャージャン麺【ジャージャンめん】
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Example sentences(showing 3 results)

We sometimes combine going for a drive with eating the ramen we love so

Noodles are usually made from wheat

Soba is made of buckwheat flour, and udon and kishimen are made of plain wheat flour