Non-Vegetarian Menu Vegan Ramen
3-11-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Akihabara Station (Yamanote, Soumu, Cyuo, Keihintouhoku lines)
Google Map : https://goo.gl/maps/VcVJ8q1Vavy
18 Seats (12 Seats for Counter, 6 Seats for Table)
10:30 – 23:30 (Week Day)
9:30 – 23:30 (Saturday, Sunday and National Holiday)
This is Ramen Shop and most of its ramen are ordinary ramen made with animal products.
Only one ramen is 100% animal product free, that is, vegan ramen.
This time I visited this Kyushu Jangara Ramen in Akihabara to check Vegan Ramen.
When I first visited the shop at noon, there was a long line so I gave up to join.
It must be popular ramen shop
I came back at evening.
Oh, I could see Vegan Ramen on the board in front of the shop.
It says it does not include any animal products or extracts and MSG.
Even for its broth, they don’t use animal products so what you can enjoy here is 100% Vegan Ramen.
I entered the shop and it was full of people even at this time of evening.
It was not big shop and the seats were 18 seats, mostly counter seats.
I had been directed to a counter seat.
I did not check the menu as what I was going to order was decided before entering.
Yes, Vegan Ramen.
It is 1000 yen (About $9).
I ordered it.
While I was waiting, the customer next to me shouted “Barikata, please” to the stuff.
Now I remember this “Barikata”.
You can order another potion of noodle if you want more although you have to pay $1 or $2 for it (The price differs depends on the shop).
You can also tell the stuff the hardness of the noodle when you order.
So “Bariakta” is the hardest noodle and I think a lot of people loves this Barikata.
5 to 10 minutes later, Vegan Ramen came!
Vegetables on the top is Japanese leek, bean sprout, thinly sliced pepper, baked laver, etc.
If you ask, they accept custom-made ramen removing five pungent roots in Buddhism, too.
For the taste?
Yes, it was very good.
It was soy sauce based soup and I could also enjoy taste of each vegetables.
By the way, what is this?
I tasted and found this was soy meat.
This was also tasted very good with the soup soaked in it.
There is a chopstick case that says “We Kyushu Jangara use Eco-friendly chopsticks.”
They might use chopsticks made of timbers from forest thinning.
It is very good they also care about chopsticks.
There are toppings on the table such as pepper, sesame, Karashi Takana (hot pickled mustard leaf), etc.
Looks like you can put this Karashi Takana into the ramen but be careful it is very hot although the taste is good.
After all I ordered another noodle saying “Barikata, please”
Actually the stuff told me “There is no Barikata for only Vegan Noodle but we can offer ordinary hard noodles”
So I ordered hard noodle and the price was 200 yen (About $1.8).
This was good vegan ramen shop.
As this is chain shop you can enjoy this vegan noodle in Harajuku, Omotesando,Ginza, Akasaka, Nihonbashi, Ikebukuro.
If you want to try tasty vegan noodle I also recommend you T’s TanTan here.
So far vegan ramen here in T’s TanTan is the top to me.
Google Map of Kyushu Jangara Akihabara