The Philips Noodle Maker is a handy kitchen appliance that is getting a lot of attention in Japan as of late, particularly because this tiny device is capable of churning out a variety of noodles, including ramen, udon, soba and spaghetti. The appliance needs to be fed some simple ingredients for noodle-making like flour, water and egg and then it's as simple as pushing the start button on the device—no other kneading or preparation required. To make this device even more impressive, Philips claims that its Noodle Maker will produce 500g of noodles in just 15 minutes.
Depending on the kind of noodles you want to make, the Noodle Maker has different attachments. The device is small, but amazingly it still has a drawer where the four different attachments can neatly be stored.