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Super Spicy Ramen With Coriander At Karamenya Ichirin In Shibuya, Tokyo


Karamenya Ichirin serves ramen from Miyazaki with plenty of garlic, a soy sauce soup, chilli pepper, and beaten eggs.

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You can have Miyazaki's soul food, spicy noodles at Karamenya Ichirin

Karamenya Ichirin serves ramen from Miyazaki with plenty of garlic, a soy sauce soup, chilli pepper, and beaten eggs. We visited the Shibuya branch which opened on July 28th, 2017.

You can add coriander to the soup to give it an exotic touch

Ichiran's original coriander spicy ramen is 990 yen
Normally, the spicy ramen dish is served with a coriander paste and the taste blends so well together.
You can choose the spiciness level you want for your soup:
0~5 +¥0
6~10 +¥50
11~15 +¥100
16~20 +¥150
21~25 +¥200
Magma +¥250
The soup is made with soy sauce, chicken broth and dashi so the umami factor is plentiful!

The noodles are made with konyaku (an edible corm), wheat and buckwheat flour so it has 1/3 the calories of normal ramen!
You can also choose ramen noodles, udon or rice.
The soup has beaten eggs, minced pork and beef, and 3 cloves of garlic as well.
The garlic was boiled, then drained in cold water and cooked in sesame oil. So it really gives a nice and strong aroma to the soup.

Only available at the Shibuya branch: soy milk espuma spicy ramen

This dish is 1,280 yen and is only available at the Shibuya branch.
Over the soup, they serve a soy milk espuma, and a superfood which is called "cauliflower fungus".

A super spicy dish that no one has even been able to finish!

From the spiciness levels you can choose, "magma" is the spiciest one and it is ridiculously spicy!!!
The restaurant staff said that until now, only one person was able to finish the dish, but no one has ever finished all of the broth. It's just that spicy!
As you can see from the picture, the soup is very thick! It is made with 5 different kinds of chilli.

It's so spicy, it hurts. In fact, words don't suffice to explain how spicy this broth is!
Well, you've been warned..


The spicy ramen from Miyazaki Prefecture can be eaten in a variety of ways. On the first floor, there are counter seats, and on the second there are tables. So no matter if you come alone or with some friends, you'll easily get in. Try it out for yourself!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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