The best of Japan’s ramen
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If you’ve ever travelled through Japan, you’ll know that most prefectures and small towns have their own version of ramen. From north to south, there are over 100 different local ramens in Japan. For a taste of ramen that’s local to the Fukuoka prefecture, order a steaming bowl of Tonkotsu Ramen from Shinobi Ramen.
This creamy pork bone broth with thin, firm noodles is a traditional recipe from one of Japan’s finest Ramen Masters, Mr. Hideki Futemma. The critically acclaimed Ramen Master is the leading Tonkotsu chef at Japan’s best Ramen school and is behind Shinobi Ramen’s secret recipes and menu.
Also known as Hakata Ramen, this style of ramen is renowned for the time it can take to prepare authentically - a key feature that is respected by the entire culinary team at Shinobi Ramen.
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