WPM Japan is an expert of noodles and dumplings, providing service to all lands across Australia.With wide range of products – vegetarian, seafood and spicy dumplings - we provide the best ramen noodles and gyoza in Australia. If you are seeking for a new recipe or planning to open a new store, please feel free to consult us.
Available at selected Stores
Our wide range of noodles consist of - egg noodles, white noodles, frizzy noodles, straight noodles, medium-thin and thin noodles.*Please consult us for specific serving portions and thickness/thinness of the noodles.
Gyoza may be cooked by boiling, steaming, pan frying or deep frying, out of which pan frying is the most popular method in Japan.productWPM Japan’s gyoza are wrapped in a thin dumpling skin, lled with meat and vegetables. The recommended cooking method is a combination of pan frying and steaming.
*Find a complete list of products for restaurants / retail businesses HERE
Convenience Store Eight
303 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Asian Savour World
Shop 16 Lemon Grove Shop Ctr 441 Victoria Ave, Chatswood
Shop 3/ 303 Penshurst St, Willoughby North
Miracle Supermarket City<
Square,644 George Street, Sydney
T&E Asian Grocery<
12 Dalby Street,Fyshwick, ACT
537-539 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000
580 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
2/34 East Row, Canberra
New Yen Yen Top Ryde Super
Cnr Devlin St & Blaxland Rd Ryde NSW 2112
Thai Kee Foods
Level 1, Market City, Haymarket
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