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Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Akihabara 九州じゃんがら  Ramen / Akihabara

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Kyushu Jangara Ramen is a Hakata ramen chain restaurant that boasts five franchises within the city, offering quintessential Hakata ramen--tonkotsu (pork bone) soup and extra-thin noodles. You can choose combinations of several types of soup and toppings. The soups include the basic and simple "Jangara," the fatty "Bonshan," the median between the two extremes, "Kobonshan," as well as the spicy "Karabon." You can get refills on noodles if you call for "Kae-dama," but keep in mind that you won't get more soup. Remember to keep enough soup to enjoy your Kae-dama when you order one. Also, the "Kakuni" (stewed pork block) and "Chashu" (pork tenderloin), and "Aji Tamago" (flavored boiled egg), are also excellent topping choices.

Categories Ramen
Nearest Station Akihabara
Address 3-11-6 Soto-kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-3251-4059
Home Page (In Japanese)
Business Hours Mon-Fri, 10:30am-11:30pm, Sat&Sun,9:30am-11:30pm
Price Lunch: 0-999yen Dinner: 0-999yen
Occasion Good for Family, Solo, Group

Other reviews of the same chain

  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Harajuku
  • (2009-05-17)
  • Unfortunately for this restaurant, its reputation preceded my actual ingestion of it. However, it is definitely the best ramen I've had yet. The broth is rich and complex and the noodles actually have a taste. You can order it plain, with an egg or with pork, but each comes with a small amount of slow cooked pork. The line for this noodle shop usually goes out the door. This place surely warrants ... Read More

  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Harajuku
  • (2009-04-22)
  • Believe it or not, I had never had ramen before coming to this restaurant. I have never liked the look of the boxed ramen, so I was kind of hesitant to go into this shop. I'm so happy that I did, because this restaurant has made me a ramen fiend. I've been to three other ramen restaurants since then, but none can live up to this one. The noodles were tender, and the pork was well seasoned. What... Read More
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