The Best Cities to Try Ramen in Japan

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Published on: Friday March 25th, 2022

Japan is the land of the rising sun, beautiful beaches and tasty food. And Japan’s best signature food after sushi is ramen. Noodles in a broth with braised pork slices and boiled eggs is a comfort food for many. Japan has put ramen and its instant cousin on the world food map and here we are going to try and look at the top cities with the best ramen across Japan.

Ramen has 3 types of broth, and the regions of Sapporo, Tokyo, and Fukuoka are famous for miso, shoyu, and tonkatsu respectively. But there are plenty of other places to try ramen, and here we’ll take a look at some of those gems.

This prefecture is known for Mount Fuji and green tea. The climate here is mild and public transport between urban centers by public transport due to the convenient location.

Here one can get the most delicious ramen at Ramen ABE. Their specialty is a popular soy sauce ramen without chemical seasonings. So drink the soup carefree. Besides basic chicken and niboshi, Akitogyo Ramen is also offered by them.

This prefecture on the edge of the inland sea in western Honshu, will remain eternal with the dropping of the first atomic bomb on August 6, 1945. It is now home to great museums, galleries and gardens. The Hiroshima Flower Festival, which has been held every May since 1977. and especially the Hiroshima Peace Institute.

Noodle Shop One day in Kure town, you will find the best medium thick noodles and delicious soup. This will surely bring peace to your mind as you chew the noodles to get more flavor from each chew. Also order a chashu rice on the side to enjoy more.

Ramen Shibahama in Gunma Prefecture is renowned for its excellent wheat samadhi soy sauce. It’s only available in the morning and be prepared to fight with the locals to get your hands on a bowl.

After you finish the ramen, you can take a walk. Gunma surrounded by mountains and volcanoes which guarantee high quality thermal waters. If you’re tired of serenity, try the great outdoor sports opportunities like hiking, bungee jumping, and winter skiing and snowboarding.

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