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  1. "Momofuku" is the Japanese reading of his Taiwanese given name ( 百福; Pek-hok ), while Andō ( 安藤) is the last name of his Japanese wife. Ando died of heart failure on January 5, 2007, at a hospital in Ikeda, Osaka Prefecture, at the age of 96. [8] Ando was survived by his wife Masako, two sons and a daughter.

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  2. Apr 06, 2022 · Momofuku Ando was born on March 5, 1910, in Chiayi, Taiwan. He founded Nissin Food Products Co. and the invented instant noodles; he introduced chicken ramen in 1958, debuted Cup Noodle in 1971,...

  3. Momofuku Ando was born in the Taiwanese city of Kagi-cho (presently known as Chiayi) on 5th of March, 1910. The name given to him by his parents was Go Pek-Hok. After the death of his parents, he started living with his grandparents inside the city walls of Tainan-cho which is known as Tainan today. Recommended Lists: Chinese Entrepreneurs

  4. lemelson.mit.edu › resources › momofuku-andoMomofuku Ando | Lemelson

    Jan 09, 2007 · Momofuku Ando was honored by the Japanese government with several medals including The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star, Second Class, in 2002. In 2005, he realized a dream when he sent vacuum packed instant noodles to space with Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi aboard the U.S. space shuttle Discovery. SOURCES:

  5. Feb 09, 2007 · Momofuku Ando, who has died aged 96, ate chicken ramen every day. Like them or not, the single-portion version, called Pot Noodles in Britain, and Cup Noodles in the US and elsewhere, has supplied ...

  6. Ando in the 1930s when he launched one enterprise after another NISSIN FOODS founder Momofuku Ando was born in 1910, a year in which Halley's Comet made a close Earth approach. Ando lost both parents in early childhood and was raised by grandparents who ran a kimono fabric shop, where he gained a close-up view of a place of business.

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