The smooth, chewy noodles are in the full-flavored clear soup made from branded poultry “Daisen Jidori.” As you keep eating, you will hit a hidden chicken meatball.
Enjoy authentic Kitakata ramen here. The soup is made with well-balanced stocks of seafood broths and bone/meat broths. The noodle is of course wavy Kitakata-style. The melted sweet pork back fat beautifully covers the top is another characteristic of Kitakata ramen.
Oremen Yamada offers “Assari-Ramen” (plain, simple flavor) and “Noukou-Paitan-Ramen” (thick, rich flavor). The basis of the Noukou-Paitan soup is broth of chicken bones, chicken feet, and pork legs cook for hours.
The thick, rich Tonkotsu (pork bone) soup is authentic Kyushu style. One of Sanji’s popular ramens is “Supe” made with garlic, red chili pepper, and the special sauce all of which enhance the flavor of the rich Tonkotsu soup.
Tsukemen restaurant Menya Musashi Bukotsu Souden inherited Menya Musashi Bukotsu’s soul and techniques. Customers can select one of the three basic flavors; Shiro (white: Gyokai-Tonkotsu), Aka (red: shrimp & hot flavor), and Kuro (black: flavored sesame oil).
Hanada’s ramen is Sapporo style that features Paitan soup, miso-based soup, and wok-fried vegetables such as cabbage, garlic chive, and bean sprouts. Hanada uses Shiro-miso (white miso) that has mild flavor with salty sweetness, and then add garlic and ginger to enhance the flavor.
Taishoken next creates new dishes along with trends in addition to serving traditional Taishoken dishes.
Chinchinken is an old-established Chinese restaurant located under the JR railway viaduct and is just a block away from Ameyoko shopping street. Chinchinken’s Tanmen fulfills everything required for a perfect Tanmen.
The combination of the thick, collagen-rich soup and extra-thick noodle is just awesome. The juicy roast pork topping is excellent too.