Yokohama Sta.: Ramen
Yoshimuraya (Yokohama Sta.: Ramen)
Open 11am-10pm. Closed Mondays.
Sun: Open Sundays

Yokohama's popular iekei (family-style) ramen was invented here in 1974 and soon took the city, and later the whole country, by storm. It's characterized by a rich soup flavored with pork bones and soy sauce; chewy, straight thick noodles; and toppings like chashu pork, leeks, spinach and seaweed. There tend to be lines at peak mealtimes, so mid-afternoon might be a good time to visit.

Yokohama Sta.
Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Minami-Saiwai 2-12-6.
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