Ramen

This is on the list of foods international tourists say they want to try when they visit Japan. It is a bowl of Chinese noodles in a broth with a variety of meat and/or vegetable options. Ramen is the most popular fare also among the Japanese. The noodles vary in thickness, and the broth base ranges from soy, miso, and salt to pig bone marrow.

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    The thick and savory Tonkotsu-based soup comes in 3 choices: salt, soy and miso. The Japanese Dashi-based Chicken soup comes in 6 choices. Find one that appeals to your taste buds. Other offerings include all you can eat Menma or Kimchi, and a variety of side dishes including Gyoza Dampling, Tenshin Fried Rice and Fried Rice. 

    Open
    11:00〜23:00
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    A popular ramen chain with the original restaurant in Dotombori, one of Osaka's foremost shopping districts. The soy-based ramen broth boasts a rich umami of select ingredients, and features a copious serving of Chinese cabbage, grilled pork and a boiled egg. Although generous in size, the ramen has a surprisingly light after-taste. Add a side dish of Gyoza stuffed with vegetables and pork. The store's white interior is bright and clean. Family friendly. High chairs available.

    Open
    9:30~23:00(L.O.22:30)
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    Specializing in Hakata Ramen, a type of Tonkotsu ramen which is Kyushu's local cuisine, this restaurant puts a lot of time and energy into simmering pig heads, backbone and other parts to concoct a creamy broth that draws out the umami of the ingredients. Add to this three types of Kyushu soy sauce, more than 20 varieties of spices, homemade sauce made from three types of seafood and firm noodles to create one gem of a bowl of Ramen. Highly recommended: Ajitama Charsiu Ramen, featuring slices of roasted pork marinated in our secret sauce.

    Open
    11:00〜23:00 (L.O. 22:30)