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IPPUDO (Ebisu)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 09.2011 Ramen 0 comments 0 trackback
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At Fukuoka, people only eat Tonkotsu (Pork bone soup) Ramen. 25 years ago, you had to go to Fukuoka to have some, but now its available all over Tokyo and the most famous Tonkotsu ramen shop in all of Japan is IPPUDO which has multiple locations in Tokyo. Ippudo became famous because it won the grand prize at a ramen competition TV program about 15 years ago. They originally had only one shop in Fukuioka, but now they have over 50 shops through out Japan and also in Singapore, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York.


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Compared to other Tonkotsu ramen shops, Ippudo uses original names for their ramens and they are also a little different from others. The basic ramen at Ippudo is called Shiromaru Motoaji (Original Simple Ramen) for 750 yen. Unlike other Tonkotsu ramen's its not as oily and the smell of pork is limited.


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My favorite is AKAMARU KASANEAJI (Rich Flavor Ramen) for 850 yen. It has Mayu (fried garlic oil) & red pepper paste in it, but its not spicy at all.


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Other ramens are KARAKA MEN (Spicy ramen) for 850 yen,


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HONTEN KASANEAJI (Mildly flavored ramen) for 850 yen,


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and also TSUKEMEN for 880 yen.


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They have GYOZA for 420 yen (Fukuoka gyoza's are 1/3 of the size of regular gyoza's),


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and also METAIKO GOHAN (Rice with Season Cod Roe) for 280 yen, which you can only find at Fukuoka style Tonkotsu ramen shops.


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The portion of noodles are about half the size of normal ramen. Because of this people order extra noodle, which is called KAEDAMA for 100 yen. You can also choose how hard/soft you want your noodles cooked. Ippudo is family friendly, young staff, great service, clean, modern and taste good for almost everyone. So if you wanna try Tonkotsu ramen for the first time, I highly recommend to try out Ippudo and then try other shops. It has kind of become the standard of Hakata style Tonkotsu ramen for most people in Japan.





IPPUDO (in Japanese, 一風堂)
Address: 1-3-13 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都渋谷区広尾1-3-13)
Nearest train station: JR & Tokyo Metro Ebisu (5 min walk)
Tel: 03-5420-2225
Reservations: No
Website: http://www.ippudo.com/ (in Japanese only)
English menu: Yes
Credit Card: No
Open: Monday-Saturday 11am-4am, Sunday & Holidays 11am-2am
Closed: None

Prices: Akamaru Kasaneaji (Rich Flavor Ramen) 850 yen
Shiromaru Motoaji (Original Simple Ramen) 750 yen
Ippudo Karakamen (Spicy Ramen) 850 yen
Honten Kasaneaji (Mildly Flavor Ramen) 850 yen
Tsukemen 880 yen
Kaedama (Extra Noodle) 150 yen
Gyoza 420 yen
Mentaiko Gohan (Rice with Season Cod Roe) 280 yen

Toppings: Zenbunose (Everything) 300 yen
Chashu (Roast Pork) 200 yen
Negi (Green Onions) 100 yen
Tamago (Half Boiled Egg) 100 yen
Nori (Dried Seaweed) 100 yen
Mentaiko (Season Cod Roe) 200 yen




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