Updated: February 26, 2019
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Ichiran Ramen Now Has A Muslim-Friendly Shop In Shinjuku, Tokyo


Ichiran has just opened in Tokyo its first branch ever serving pork-free and alcohol-free ramen. Give it a try! The new restaurant is located in Shinjuku.

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Ramen Ichiran (No Pork, No Alcohol Version)

Ramen Ichiran is one of the most popular ramen chains in Japan. It has countless fans in Tokyo and elsewhere and it's not uncommon to have to wait in long lines to get in.

Ichiran owns its success to its deep-tasting tonkotsu (pork broth) ramen, but as a way to appeal to a broader number of people with dietary restrictions and more specifically Muslim patrons, the restaurant is now going porkless at one of its branches.

The restaurant also does not use any alcohol as an ingredient for the ramen.
The porkless stock of this ramen is made from chicken and other ingredients. It was developed to resemble Ichiran's classic tonkotsu ramen. As a topping, instead of the chashu pork slices, you get stewed beef.

Note that the beef is not halal but it's optional. You can indicate on the customization sheet you use to order that you want your bowl with or without beef. The possibility to customize your ramen is another particularity of Ichiran and one of the reason it's super popular.
As for the taste, you'll be amazed by the deep-flavoured soup packed with umami!
If you're really hungry, there is a good variety of extra toppings you can order for a few more coins. This extra beef is ¥300.
The classic setting of Ichiran hasn't changed at this new address. Indeed, you still eat at your own private booth.

Give Ichiran's new ramen a try! You shouldn't be disappointed.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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