Depends on regions, Japan has various kinds of Ramen.In this article, we will look at Hakata Ramen in Fukuoka, Japan. Fukuoka is a really interesting are in the western Japan. Enriched food and wild beautifully nature...
Shibuya is known as a bustling fashion and business district. But did you know that it also has some of the most delicious ramen in Tokyo? After all, Shibuya's a crowded place, and whenever you have a high concentration of people in Japan, you're guaranteed to find lots of great ramen joints. It's a law of nature in this ramen-crazy country. This is your ultimate guide to Shibuya's ramen shops!
Here you can see a different face of Tokyo - with numbers of cafes, bars and thrift stores, this is where lots of young people hang out. And there are lots of cool restaurants that you want to check out, too!
Kyoto is home to many Japanese traditions. You'll find many centuries-old temples and shrines, and you'll also find some of the country's best traditional cuisine! Udon noodle dishes should definitely be on the list of things to try when you are in Kyoto. うどん(Udon) is a type of Japanese traditional thick noodle which comes with a soup called 出汁(Dashi) that is made from seafood broth and soy sauce.
Traveling when you have diet restrictions can be quite frustrating. Rest assured, there are a few restaurants where you can enjoy Japan's incredibly popular RAMEN. Either the owner or the staff is Muslim, but most of the restaurants are Halal. Those which aren't have vegan options.
【Eating Ramen Bowls in Ameyoko, Ueno】Ueno area has a lot of attractions like Ueno Zoo, art museums and Ameyoko. Ameyoko is a popular market for Japanese people on busy streets. At the same time, you enjoy shopping there, you also have many things to do! One of them is eating ramen!!
Soba, a kind of Japanese noodles made from buckwheat, is a common and popular dish. It can be served at fancy and casual restaurants or cooked at home. Fuji soba is the biggest chain soba restaurant around Tokyo area where you can enjoy authentic soba quite reasonably.
The streets of Asakusa still has the old downtown atmosphere and many old-established shops and restaurants still remain. So, when people think of places to go to eat ramen, Asakusa is not a place that they may think of at first. But, there are many good ramen joints, and this article will introduce 6 of them that you should visit.