tsukemen

Check Out This Brand New Ramen Restaurant in Meguro!

Ramen, though originally from China, is a noodle broth dish that is hugely popular in Japan. As well as the regular chain restaurants with their own flavours and styles as well as national favourites, there are many stand-alone establishments as well that you can find all over the country. Sometimes, they are run for decades…

Will Ramen Nagi Set a New Japanese Trend with Their ‘Insect Tsukemen’ Noodles?

Do you like ramen (ラーメン)? How about ramen topped with deep-fried worms and crickets? It may sound a bit disgusting but it’s actually an enjoyable dish for those with a unique appetite. There are many countries around the globe where insects are eaten, including China, Thailand, Africa, Mexico and Australia. To incorporate this into the…

On a Ramen Pilgrimage? Try Shinjuku’s Top 3 Ramen Restaurants!

Ramen is an inexpensive dish that you can easily find anywhere in Japan. It was originally imported from China and has become one of the most popular dishes in the country. If you happen to be in Japan, you will find ramen on virtually every corner of the country. Nearly every region has its own…

Top 3 Tsukemen places in Tokyo

Tsukamen is a thicker kind of ramen that is served cold usually in a different bowl from the broth. The broth itself is full of flavor with a depth and intensity from pork, chicken or even bonito. It is a one of a kind culinary experience and definitely a marked difference from its well-known thinner…

Recommendation of a Chef: Rokurinsha The Best Tsukemen in Tokyo

David Chang Recommendation adweek.com/ In the midst of watching all the TV Japanese program about foods, I haven’t had the time to catch up on, I got addicted to PBS: The Mind of a Chef. Specifically David Chang -who has a wildly successful ramen restaurant called Momofuku in New York City. Narrated by Anthony Bourdain,…