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Ponzu (ポン酢)If you're curious about Ponzu - this tangy and zesty sauce that adds a burst of flavor to countless Japanese dishes, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll explore the origins, ingredients, and versatile uses of Ponzu. Po...
Nabeyaki Ramen (鍋焼きラーメン)【What is Nabeyaki Ramen?】 Nabeyaki Ramen is a local ramen of Sasuki City in Kochi Prefecture. It is a ramen dish made with chicken soup that is stewed in a traditional earthenware pot. Everyone can taste this specialty ramen in ramen s...
Sakata Ramen (酒田ラーメン)Yamagata Prefecture is the ramen kingdom with Japan largest ramen consumption. The number of stores per capita is also the fiercest battleground in Japan. Most of the residents of the prefecture love ramen so much that it can be said tha...
Sanuki Udon (讃岐うどん)We often say "Speaking of udon, Sanuki udon in Kagawa Prefecture", but what is the difference between Sanuki udon and other udon? Have you ever wondered? In this article, we will introduce the characteristics of Sanuki udon and how it di...
Toyama Black Ramen (富山ブラックラーメン)You can tell from a glance that the blackness of the water is from soy sauce. You might think this ramen would be extremely salty, but these noodles are in fact light in taste and mixes well.
Yoshida Udon (吉田うどん)Characterized by its firm and thick flour noodles. Made with a broth of a miso or soy sauce blend and typically with boiled cabbage. Fujiyoshida's famous specialty udon.
Kitakata Ramen (喜多方ラーメン)Kitakata City, a small city in northern Japan, is known for its many ramen shops. It is the most ramen shops you will see per person in all of Japan, and also where Kitakata ramen gets its name. It is among the three most popular ramen i...