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27 December 2015

Tonkotsu Ramen Oreshiki Jun, Tokyo Ramen Street, Tokyo Station, Yaesu (とんこつラーメン俺式 純), Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Ramen Street; famous spot where you will find your favourite style Ramen at Tokyo station

The Tokyo Ramen Street is very popular spot for foreign and internal tourist in Tokyo. There were eight Ramen shops in small street in the Grand building at Tokyo station complex. These eight shops were famous shops in Tokyo area. If you come to Japan first time and do not know about the system of Ramen shop, I recommend you to be one of the shop to entertain the common system in Japan.
The entrance of Tokyo Ramen street
As my previous several articles, almost all ramen shop around metropolis area in Tokyo has similar system as the ticketing machine, seat at the counter, wait for your noodle and service of the noodle. This simple flow will help you at the shops.
There were majorly four styles of Ramen: Tonkotsu (Pork Bone soup stock), Miso (Miso soup stock), Shoyu (Soy sauce soup stock) and Shio (salt base soup stock). I just lined as the thick strong taste to mild soft taste. The Tonkotsu style is the most popular style in the world. Ippudo which has the branch at New York city was very famous and some British Ramen geek had opened Tonkotsu style Ramen shop in London.
The Tonkotsu style were popular in Kyushu area the west south island. The soup stock was cooked with Bone and meet from pork. The original style in Northern Kyushu was milky soup of the pork bone essence and the taste is a little bit mild. The thin noodle will be rounded the soup. You can choose hardness of the noodle as your favourite.
The Tonkotsu in Kanto area and the other place out of Kyushu were very thick taste and strong flavour in the soup stock. The essence from the ingredients strongly formed the character of the Ramen soup. The thickness and strength of the soup and the noodle will show the different style of Tonkotsu from Kyushu style.

Tonkotsu Ramen Oreshiki Jun

The Tonkotsu Ramen Oreshiki Jun will serve the Kanto style Tonkotsu Ramen. The noodle of this shop was a little bit thicker than that of Kyushu style. The technique of boiling the noodle may be different from the Ramen stand in Kyushu. The people in Kyushu love the texture of the noodle itself. Several staff will not pay attention for the boiling the noodle.
The soup stock was also different from the Kyushu style. The powerful and thick soup taste will be enough for the lunch. The smell of Tonkotsu is a little bit different from the Kyushu style.

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