Kiri Ramen is a Japanese ramen brand that started in 2009 and was founded by Akira Ramen.
Its products are made with the help of local ingredients, and are known for its crunchy noodles and soft-tasting broth.
The brand started off with its namesake ramen in Japan and has expanded to other markets worldwide.
Its new logo, which is based on the Japanese character for ‘yamato’, is an homage to the original Kiri brand.
Akira Ramen has recently announced that it is changing its name to Kiri-san and changing the logo to a new image.
The new logo features a white star with the words “Kiri Ramens” written in the center, and the words ‘Yamato’ in the upper left corner.
Kiri and Yamato were the characters used in the original Japanese name.
In a statement to The Huffington, Wymondhart said that the brand has always been about creating authentic, high-quality products.
The company has been selling the brand since 2009, and now has over 4,000 restaurants across the globe.
“The Kiri name is synonymous with quality and we are happy to continue to make our products with quality ingredients and fresh ingredients.
Our goal is to become a global brand,” the statement read.