Lesson 1: "ramen roots" 'Contd

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A. Raishuken, Since 1950

B. Rairaiken, Since 1910

(the original location is closed but the grandson carries the torch)

C. Manpuku, Since 1929

D. harukiya, Since 1949

Nowadays, there's an insane amount of ramen styles! In our next lesson (after you increase in rank), we'll cover "the big 4" Ramen styles!  

Did you know?

In the 1600s, Tokugawa Mitsukuni was supposedly the first Japanese person to eat ramen (before it was known as ramen / was more of a Chinese noodle dish at the time)

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Until next time!!

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