Hakuba 24th November, 2009

Japanese food


Lunch today in Hakuba was at one of the best Ramen shops in the prefecture. Ramen is a type of noodle mixed in a soup broth. The secret to good Raman is the stock. Today I chose tonkotsu from the Kyushu region which is a pork bone stock. Extra chashu (sliced pork) and tamago (egg) for me. I usually head down to this shop once a week so please feel free to join me if you are having a day off the mountain. They also serve up some great homemade gyoza (dumpling). You can find  many ramen shops at the ski resorts also so you can enjoy this tasty Japanese food for lunch which will warm you up on the inside.


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4 Responses to Hakuba 24th November, 2009

  1. koko sakamoto says:

    The Ramen looks great!I’d love to try it when i come to Hahuba this winter!

  2. Hakuba says:

    And I’ll be more than happy to take you down there Koko.

  3. Damo says:

    mmmmm I so miss that real Japanese fine dinning. I WANT IT NOW…. Plus powder. (as in snow)

  4. Hakuba says:

    Japan Powder is on it’s way soon. Awesome Japanese food is here all year.

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