Monday, May 01, 2006

和風醤油 Japanese Style Shoyu Ramen

和風醤油 (Japanese style soysauce ramen) is unique because of its fish or sometimes shell fish based broth. Usually made from dried sardines or bonito, the fish broth has a very strong aroma and a slightly sweet taste that is similar to the soup used in Japanese soba noodles.

The Japanese style soysauce ramen was invented in Tokyo, the style quickly became popular and the formula spread to many stores. Many people credit this type of ramen for starting a new wave of ramen popularity in Tokyo.

★★★ 麺屋武蔵 (Musashi) - Tokyo

★★★★ せたが屋 (Setaga-ya) - Tokyo

★★★ 七重の味の店 めじろ (Meijiro) - Tokyo

★★ たけちゃん (Take-chan) - Tokyo

★★ 中田兄弟 (Nakata Brothers) -Tokyo

★★★ 麺屋武蔵 二天 (Musashi Niten) - Tokyo


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