Japanese people love noodle.At least, I love them.
There are many kinds of noodle,for example Udon(wheat noodle),Soba(buckwheat noodle),Somen(this),Remen(it came from Korea:this) and today's topic,Ramen.
I thought Ramen came from China,but I couldn't find it when I checked it in English dictionary.
So I will be able to get through to say "Ramen" in America?(Really?)
It was funny that I got "coke" even though I said "coffee" at that time,when I visited America first time.
I have to practice my poor pronunciation:/
Anyway,what kind of Ramen do you have?
Basically there are 4 tastes of it,Sho-yu aji(soy sauce),Miso aji(bean paste soup),Shio aji(salt soup) and Ton-kotsu aji(pork soup).
Recently Ton-kotsu type is very popular,called "Doro-kei".
The soup isn't like liquid,it's like clay(doro in Japanese).It's nice naming,isn't it?
The other day,I ate Tsuke-men(here).With this style,soup and noodle are separated.
The soup is strong taste,so before bring the noodle to your mouth,you should dip it into the soup.
After eating the noodle,add a few of weak soup to the strong soup,then drink up it.
And 23th March,it was national holiday called Shunbun no hi.
I went to Ginza and had a Chinese lunch.
**I already updated photos last article**
I ordered noodle,then realized it's different from Japanese one.
Our Ramen is like kind of fast food.We can eat it in a short time with cheap price.
Almost the shops are not clean,but they have a lot of spark(=´∀｀)人(´∀｀=)
An night,I ate "Ramen".Yes,I ate only noodles that day.
Experience this Japanese Ramen culture:D
And don't forget after finishing it,you should leave the shop as soon as possible.