Thursday, April 4, 2013


By now I've had ramen many times in Fukushima. It's a good area, with plenty of restaurants, bars, and ramen shops that keep me going back. But there was still one heralded shop I had never visited. So on a random Thursday I walked over to Sanku and ordered their fishy, shoyu kake-ramen.


烈志笑魚油 麺香房 三く
Ōsaka-fu, Ōsaka-shi, Fukushima-ku, Fukushima, 2丁目6−5

There was a small tofu appetizer doused in soy sauce. It was salty, but pretty good.

The Bowl
A thin, clear, fishy broth, complete with floating fish flakes, and a whole fish inside! It was fishy but didn't overwhelm; a perfect balance. The noodles were curly and chewy, and the thick, tender piece of chashu made the bowl complete.


Would I Go Again?
Yeah, it was really good.


Should You Go?


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