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Iso-Ramen is a type of ramen served on the Sanriku coast of Iwate and Miyagi prefectures. As a matter of fact, it is more common in North-Sanriku.

Category: Seafood ramen
Raw Materials: salt ramen, mussels, seaweed, seaweed, matsumo, seaweed, seaweed, seaweed, crabs, prawns, clams, etc.

Iso-Ramen


Iso-Ramen, a Sanriku specialty, is called seafood ramen or seafood ramen in Japan, but in Sanriku it is called Iso-Ramen.

The word "shore" refers to the rocky area where stones and other objects on the shore roll down. The Sanriku Rias Coast is a treasure trove of seashore, full of seashore. Iso-Ramen is literally Iso-Ramen, with plenty of seaweed from the rocky shore, which is a neat name. It is a salt ramen with a refreshing "seaweed aroma" that contains a lot of seaweed such as Matsumo, Funori and Wakame. This "Iso fragrance" must also be the origin of Iso-Ramen. Sanriku Iso-Ramen often has mussels in it as well as seaweed in it.

I think Iso-Ramen used to be humble and inexpensive, with no crab or shrimp in it. Nowadays, there are a lot of gorgeous Iso-Ramen, right?


[ Iso-Ramen from a certain restaurant ]

When I looked at it, the inside of the vessel was full of color, and it was very nighyaka. It's full of seafood, and it looks delicious from the looks of it.

As soon as you take a sip of the soup, you can feel the fragrance of the sea in your mouth. Mmm, it's good. It's basically salty, but I can't describe this (unparalleled) seashore aroma. This is an authentic Sanriku Iso-Ramen, isn't it? You can't add ra-oil to salt ramen to make it tasty, but you can't add ra-oil to salt ramen with this. And there's nothing better than sipping ramen and enjoying the seafood one by one. In any case, if you come to Sanriku, Iso-Ramen is the place to be.

The seafood ramen dishes are sometimes not as good as they should be. But it's also fun.
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/07/12