Mild salt flavour
Our specialty is the white tonkotsu soup which you can slurp until the last drop.
The red pickled plum on top hints the woman with red lipstick on, adding feminine touch to the ramen.
Enjoy a bowl of this ramen that stands out for its delicious taste, aroma and gentle flavour.
Soy sauce flavour
This ramen’s simple and somehow familiar flavour, which has a hint of fish, is quite popular.
By all means relish at least once our shoyu soup, which maximizes the delicious flavour of chau siu (roasted pork fillet).
Soybean paste flavour
For this ramen we blend akamiso into our tonkotsu soup.
This miso ramen that adds rich yet mildness to our tonkotsu soup could become a habit if you try it just once.
Spicy soybean paste flavour
Our “spicy miso ramen” features three kinds of chili peppers added to a miso sauce based on a secret recipe.
We highly recommend this ramen, whose miso has rich yet sharpness that may be habit-forming.
Char siu ramen
Ramen with extra roast pork
This is a substantial bowl of ramen piled high with a precious amount of pork roasted to the point of falling apart.
Have any soup you like with Santouka’s roasted pork, which allows you to enjoy the delicious flavour of meat.
Ramen with roasted pork cheeks
This is Santouka’s original dish.
The plain ramen is eaten with pork cheek meat which is on a separate plate.
Get your fill of the softness of this cheek meat that instantly melts in your mouth.
Enjoy these items with your ramen.
This is a precious, signature Santouka dish made using precious cheek meat, only 200-300 grams of which is found in a single pig.
This is Santouka’s well-known dish, hot white rice topped with katsuobushi, nori and diced green onions. Mix well before eating.
A soft-boiled egg is a standard ramen topping.
These juicy yet fried-to-a-crisp dumpling go perfectly with ramen.
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