If you're after the cream of the crop, the crème de la crème of tonkotsu ramen, then take the trek down south to Tsukuihama. Located at the southern tip of Yokosuka, Kanagawa is a secret gem of a ramen shop, Shouta Ramen. Using the old school Japanese traditional HAGAMA style vat to boild not only the pork bone marrow, but the entire pig carcass!  I've never tasted a better broth that had as much fatty flavors as this.  Not the healthiest option in the world, but something I like to indulge…

If you're after the cream of the crop, the crème de la crème of tonkotsu ramen, then take the trek down south to Tsukuihama. Located at the southern tip of Yokosuka, Kanagawa is a secret gem of a ramen shop, Shouta Ramen.

Takasagoya Ramen (Hinodecho) | Ramen Rabbit

The Hinodecho side of Yokohama isn't exactly the first place one thinks of when they're craving some noodle slurps, but right across the street from the station, there seems to be a little ramen boom action going on.

Akahige Ramen (Shin Sugita) | RamenRabbit

Akahige Ramen (Shin Sugita) | RamenRabbit

Tsuruichiya Ramen (Yokohama) | Ramen Rabbit

Tsuruichiya Ramen (Yokohama) | Ramen Rabbit

Hama Tora Ramen (Yokohama)

A buckwheat and soysauce bowl of ramen? Hama Tora ramen is the tiger bowl of the concrete jungle better known as Yokohama. I think I've done died and gone to ramen heaven with this place, it's that good.

Kagetsu Arashi Ramen (Chain) | Ramen Rabbit

Probably one of, if not the largest ramen chains in Japan, Kagetsu Arashi is located in almost every nook and cranny of just about every train station across the nation.

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