These Ramen Restaurants in Fukuoka Are Famous for Their Signature Broths

Each shop has its own specialty.

Yobimodoshi Tonkotsu Koshiro
2-11-14 Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, Minami Ward, Ohashi
Contact: +81-92-511-1717
Open from 11.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (last order) daily except Tuesdays
How to get there: It’s a 5-minute walk from Ohashi Station.

Formerly known as Ramen Shiro, Yobimodoshi Tonkotsu Koshiro recently gave their original Kurume Tonkotsu Tsugitashi recipe an update by skillfully mixing three different thicknesses for its broth to give it a fuller and richer taste. Served with pork belly and roasted pork fillet slices, it’s a filling meal that will keep you coming back throughout your stay in Japan. 

Taiho Ramen, a popular ramen store in Kurume, has also brought its flavors to the store with their rich and smooth broth.

Shirakawa Teuchi Chuka Soba Tora Shokudo, Fukuoka Branch
4-9-10 Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, Chuo Ward, Ropponmatsu
Contact: 092-707-1015
Open from 11.30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily except Mondays. In case of a holiday, the store will be closed the next day.
How to get there: It’s a 4-minute walk from Ropponmatsu Station. 

The Fukushima Prefecture is best known for their Shirakawa Ramen, also as known as Tora Style. Its special feature: handmade noodles. To make the smooth texture of the noodles, they use a technique that maximizes the flavor of wheat gluten. The broth is then seasoned with soy sauce fermented with three types of native Japanese chickens.

Enjoy this exquisite combination of golden broth, Minami Satsuma chickens, Hakata Jidori chickens, Kibi black chickens, and handmade curly noodles.

Ganso Akanoren Yuchan Ramen
3-22-27 Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka, Hakata Ward, Naka 
Contact: 092-412-5557
Open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
How to get there: It’s a 13-minute walk from Takeshita Station. 

The owner of this ramen store has trained at ramen institution Ganso Akanoren Setchan Ramen for about 17 years. The kitchen spends two days preparing their profoundly thick signature broth stewed with lard, pork rinds, pork head, and other bones, so that it’s well-fermented and rich in flavor, making it a good match for their thin, flat noodles.

Provided by Japan Walker™ and Fukuoka Walker™ (February, 2017)

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