I love udon, but I can never find a good packaged udon. They all always have gross noodles. One that I ate had really silky, super thick noodles(moreso than regularly come with it) and they were so cold no matter how long you heated them, and the second that I had had ramen-like noodles but they tasted like cardboard! So disappointing. Anyhow, this looks absolutely delicious! If you don't mind my asking, did you use an udon base from the store or did you make the base yourself? I don't want a recipe or anything, I'm just curious because I can never find bases in the store that taste good. :/
Miso and udon are very similar. I believe they use the same soup base? Not 100% for sure on that, though. Just look it up on Pinterest or google and you can find plenty of good recipes. The soup base stays pretty much the same with every recipe. The actual things that you add to the broth are up to you. You can add just about anything, but my favorites are bean sprouts, tofu(or chicken, if you dislike tofu), shrimp, scallions, etc.