This Is How You Order More Noodles at ICHIRAN
ICHIRAN Tonkotsu Ramen (Shibuya Spain-Zaka Branch)
B1, Koyasuwan building, 13-7 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
ICHIRAN is famous among both Japanese and foreigners for its rich pork bone soup and many original features. Here, we'll teach you how to request another helping of noodles (kaedama).
In the photo, you’ll see the premium sliced pork to the right, the ramen in the bowl in the center, and the matcha annin tofu to the left. In the back to the right is a "kaedama plate" that you'll need when you want to request a kaedama.
If you run out of noodles, get your "kaedama" plate ready.
Place your "kaedama plate" next to the call button you use to call over the staff. The "charamela" horn melody will play. This sound is nostalgic and familiar to Japanese people. This melody would be sign for the staff.
After a little while, one of the store staff will bring over your kaedama.
This is a "kaedama"!
Add the kaedama to your bowl.
The second bowl is ready!
Provided by Travel Photo Guide™ and Japan Walker™ (9 February 2018)