I tried Kourakuen's limited-time menu "Nagoya Cochin Ramen". Instead of char siu, a bowl of chicken with roasted yakitori floating in a rich chicken soup. Available for a limited time until March 11th.
The price is 840 yen (tax included). It is a greedy dish that combines yakitori and ramen, and the toppings are menma, chopped green onion, and Japanese mustard spinach.
The protagonist is chicken soup, and if you scoop it up with a ranger and smell the scent, the rich chicken scent is just right. However, when you put it in your mouth, unlike chicken plain hot water, the chicken's claim is not only strong, but the flavor of soy sauce is also proper, and it is a gentle finish that is typical of Kourakuen's ramen.
Yakitori uses both thigh meat and meat, and the texture and flavor change with each bite. It is recommended to enjoy the compatibility with the soup while carrying it to your mouth alternately with the noodles.
Komatsuna, menma, and chopped green onions each have a unique texture, and they blend well with the taste of chicken and are enjoyable to eat. The noodles are often entwined in the soup, and you can feel the taste and umami when they are taut.
The whole is moist and fresh, so the seasoning is better with white pepper than dripping chili oil. The soup isn't light-tasting, but it's kind to the tongue, so it was a bit dangerous temptation to want to drink everything after eating the ingredients and noodles.