Ezogiku's Signature Ramen Selections. Sapporo Ramens Are Ezogiku's Original Ramen Line And Soul Of Ezogiku's Ramen. Miso Ramen, Especially Represents Ezogiku And Origin Of Ezogiku. This Is The Only Line Of Ramen Still Served In Tokyo Locations.
Ramen With Unique Toppings Of Your Choice. For People Who Prefer Vegetable Or Meat Lover, Choice Is Yours. These Ramens Were Developed In Hawaii And Not Served In Tokyo Locations.
Chicken Vege Ramen
Ezogiku's Non-soupy Noodle Dishes. Yakisoba Is Stir Fried Soft Noodle With Pork And Vegetables. Ankake Yakisoba Comes With Crispy Deep Fried Noodle With Seafood And Vegetables. Perfect For Non-soupy Noodle Lovers.
Ankake Crispy Noodle
Rice Dishes Are Other Options For Ezogiku Customers. Fried Rice Is Very Popular Among Japanese People And One Of Ramen's "must Have" Companions. Curry Rice Is Also Very Popular Among Hawaiii Locals.
Beef Curry Rice
ramen's "must have" companion like french fries for hamburger. gyoza is also ezogiku's signature side dish and #2 seller menu item next to miso ramen. you can make 4pc. gyoza combo with any ramen of your choice.
Ramen Noodle is one of Japan's most popular dishes and commonly eaten Japanese food. Japan is a country filled with Ramen fans, Ramen connoisseurs, and certifiable Ramen maniacs. Ramen is so popular that there are a lot of Ramen shops in Japan and competition is very severe. Ramen shops are mainly competing each other with their uniqueness in noodle, soup, ingredients, and toppings. Ramen fans stroll around and find their favorite type of Ramen. There are basically three types of Ramen in Japan: Sapporo Ramen, Tokyo Ramen, and Kyushu Ramen. Each of them are different in their geographic origin. Sapporo Ramen is originated in northern part of Japan, Hokkaido. Sapporo Ramen which Ezogiku's Ramen belongs to, is famous for Miso (soy bean paste) Ramen. Ramen is filled with mound of bean sprout and pork stock soup. Tokyo Ramen is originated in Tokyo or eastern Japan. Ramen is famous for thin noodle with simple toppings. Soup mainly uses chicken stock and lightly tasted. Kyushu Ramen is originated in southern region of Japan called Kyushu. Kyushu Ramen is famous for Hakata Ramen and Nagasaki Champon. Uniqueness of Kyushu Ramen is its soup stock. It uses pork bones and boils them for couple days until final soup comes out white. Its taste is popular among oily and rich soup lovers.