Sushiro "Onikinbo" supervised "Karashibi Miso Ramen" Sushiro will sell "Karashibi Miso Ramen" supervised by "Onikinbo" from February 1 (Wed) to February 12 (Sun). No takeout available.
Onikinbo's "Karashibi Miso Ramen" will be available for a limited time from February 1 (Wed.) to February 12 (Sun.), and is not available for take-out. The ramen was developed with the hope that people all over Japan will enjoy the deliciousness of the popular "Karashibi Miso Ramen" sold at Onikinbo.
The "Karashibi Miso Ramen" sold at Sushiro is made with a thick broth of white and red miso, and spices are added to recreate the "kara" flavor of chili peppers and the "shibi" flavor of aromatic sansho pepper. The chewy, medium-thick noodles of Sushiro are firmly entwined with the deliciously spicy broth, creating an irresistible taste.
There are three types of shibire to choose from, and the "karashi" can be adjusted with the shichimi (seven spice chili peppers) on the lane. You can enjoy it by arranging it to your liking.
The price including tax is 440 yen for 1 shibi, 450 yen for 2 shibi, and 460 yen for 3 shibi (price differs at some stores).
Not available at "Sushiro To Go" and "Kyotaru Sushiro", take-out specialty stores.
Total of 370,000 servings (total number of 1-shibi, 2-shibi, and 3-shibi) to be sold; sales will end when sold out.
The number of servings sold per day is limited.
Sales may be suspended or cancelled, or the number sold may change, depending on the availability of the product.
Sales may continue after the end of the period until the total number of items sold reaches the planned number.
Onikinboopened its first store in Kanda in 2009. The "Karashibi Miso Ramen," which combines a rich broth made from a thick original miso paste with original chili pepper spice and sansho numbing oil, is known for its stimulating flavor that is unforgettable once tasted.
The restaurant is filled with the sounds of devil masks and taiko drums, a vibrant cooking area with a vigorous pillar of fire, and the aroma of spices tickling your nostrils. Ramen fans come from all over Japan and the world to enjoy the world of Oni Kinbo with all their senses. Currently, there are three restaurants in Japan, including "Karashibi Curry Onikinbo," as well as four restaurants in Taiwan and two in Hong Kong.