Tonkotsu RamenPage: 1/2
“Kashiya” is a popular ramen restaurant in Osaka.
While it’s a small shop with a mere 8 counter seats, it’s such a popular restaurant that it’s even been featured on TV.
Today I had lunch at “Tendon Ramen Hageten.”
It’s a new restaurant, made possible by a collaboration between tempura restaurant with 93 locations nation-wide “Ginza Hageten” and Fukuoka-originated global ramen brand “Ippudo.”
I’ve come to “Ramen Dai,” a restaurant around 3 minutes on foot from Gotanda Station. “Ramen Dai” serves ramen derived from the Jiro Horikiri style. Horikiri style is one of the variations of the original Jiro style. Ramen Dai has focused its locations in Tokyo, but it also has locations in areas like Kyoto and Fukuoka.
Allow me to introduce you to the shop that is said to have the best seafood tonkotsu ramen around: Sansanto. It’s only open at night for 2.5 hours between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.! But this doesn’t put a damper on Sansanto’s popularity; people form lines outside in pursuit of a bowl of their famously delicious ramen every night they’re open! I headed over to see what all the fuss was about!
Loved by Fukuoka locals for more than 40 years. Tonkotsu Ramen speciality shop “Fukuchan Ramen”Read Later
Fukuchan Ramen is passionately loved and supported by the locals of Fukuoka. If you ask them where to go to eat a bowl of decent Ramen, no one would hesitate to tell you about this shop. So be prepared to line up in front.
Take a leisurely stroll through Kumamoto City's remarkable traditional Japanese garden, Suizenji Jojuen!【In cooperation with Kumamoto Prefecture Vol. 5】Read Later
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Kan-nana Ramen soup filled with seabura (pork back fat) that it almost looks like snow: “Hirataishu Ajian” in Gotanda, TokyoRead Later
A bowl of ramen soup filled with so much seabura. Though it’s true that it does not sound like a good idea for your health, there are still many who are attracted to the peculiar taste of this ramen.
As ShinShin has earned itself a solid reputation on the Fukuoka ramen scene, I had to go see what all the fuss was about.