Asahikawa Ramen Umemitsu-ken Supervised Asahikawa Shoyu Ramen" supervised by Umemitsu-ken is sequentially available at 7-ELEVEN. Limited time offer. The price is 594 yen (tax included). Not available at some stores.
Asahikawa Shoyu Ramen under the supervision of Umeko-kenAsahikawa Ramen is a local ramen of Asahikawa City, Hokkaido, which is a fierce battleground for ramen with more than 150 ramen stores (5th in Japan). Asahikawa Ramen has two main characteristics.
The first is a double broth made from pork bones and seafood. Asahikawa is famous for its pig farming, and the "kote-asari" double broth is made by adding seafood to the pork bone broth to add flavor to the pork bone broth.
The second is a soup and noodles that keep you warm even in Asahikawa's 21-degree below zero temperatures. The soup is made with lard from pork to create a thin film that keeps the noodle hot even in the harsh winter of Asahikawa, Hokkaido, where temperatures drop to 21 degrees below zero. The soup is made with a thin film of lard, which is made from pork, so that the noodles do not steam even though they are freshly made.