About Kurumaya Ramen
Kurumaya Ramen is a chain of ramen stores that mainly operates in eastern Japan, from Hokkaido in the north to Aichi Prefecture in the south. Most of the restaurants have parking lots, making them easy to get to for users who frequently drive their cars.
Kurumaya Ramen Co., Ltd. explains the origin of the name Kurumaya Ramen.
The origin of the name Kurumaya Ramen dates back to 1968, when we opened an udon and soba restaurant in front of Ayase Station on the Japan National Railways. Later, around 1970, we converted a sightseeing bus and started a ramen shop on Route 4 in Hirano-cho, Adachi-ku, Tokyo.
Here is the menu.
The ramen menu includes the most popular miso flavor, as well as soy sauce, pork bone, and salt.
The popular miso ramen menu has many variations, and among regulars, the “Negi Miso Chashu-men” and “Negi Stamina (ramen)” are especially popular among repeat customers.
This is our signature miso soup made with rice miso, which they have carefully selected.
In addition to the rich miso flavor, the taste of garlic is unforgettable.
The soup is smooth and not greasy, giving it a somewhat Japanese image.
Delicious！ It has more flavor than I expected and I quite like it.
I could eat a full meal of this. LOL!
In the end, I even drank the soup and finished it all. It was super delicious!