Basic toppings are green onions, two slices of chashu, bamboo shoots and kikurage
Tonkotsu (”pork bone”) Ramen has a cloudy white colored broth. It is similar to the Chinese baitang and has a thick broth made from boiling pork bones, fat, and collagen over high heat for many hours, which suuses the broth with a hearty pork flavor and a creamy consistency that rivals milk or melted butter or gravy.
Shoyu (”soy sauce”) Ramen typically has a brown and clear color broth, based on a chicken and vegetable stock with plenty of soy sauce added resulting in a soup that’s tangy, salty, and savory yet still fairly light on the palate.
Tonkotsu-Shoyu (”pork bone and special shoyu base”) Ramen has a cloudy white colored broth. The broth is like a mix of the Tokyo and Kyushu style blend. This style is the newer trend in Japan.
Miso (”bean paste”) Ramen is a relative newcomer, having reached Japan’s national prominence around 1965. This uniquely Japanese ramen, which was developed in Hokkaido, features a broth that combines copious amounts of miso and is blended with oily pork broth to create a thick, nutty, slightly sweet and very hearty soup. We do not have a large size, so please order extra noodles-“Kaedama”, if needed.