7-ELEVEN "Asahikawa Shoyu Ramen under the supervision of Umekoken

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-ken

Asahikawa 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.

About Umekouken

Baikokuken opened in 1969 with the idea of "shining a light on the plum" by comparing ramen, a meal for the common people, to the "plum" of the pine, bamboo, and plum trees. Forty years have passed, and the same flavor is still served at nine domestic and six international ramen stores as Asahikawa's representative ramen restaurant.