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“Distinctive soup broth”

Akayuramen Ryushanhai
Ranked #1 of 186 Restaurants in Nanyo
Price range: US$7 - US$9
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Reviewed 2 April 2016

Had Akayu Karamiso Ramen (830 yen).

Very hearty and distinctive soup broth - just right magnitude of spiciness.
Noodle was thick and hearty, although a bit too soft.

Restaurant seems lively and in good atmosphere as local people eat here. Interior decor is nostalgic in Showa era, but that's actually an advantage for a local regional ramen like this.

About 10 minutes walk from JR Yamagata Shinkansen Akayu train station. Also, easy to get to from National Highway 13, and in relatively close distance from Fukushima, Yonezawa and Yamagata cities.

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Reviewed 17 January 2016

We waited 30 minutes, which is not bad at all considering the horror story of some people waiting for over 90 minutes to dine. We lined up before the restaurant opened at 11 AM on a weekday. They are very organized. About 15 minutes before the restaurant opens, they pass along the menu, which offers only a handful of items, really specializing in the "spicy-miso" ramen. Then the same man came around and took our order before it opened and once the restaurant opens, people are seated. (only about 10 tables inside) and there were already people waiting once we sat down. The noodle itself is thicker, as you can see from some of the pictures but cooked nicely (el dente). You can order in "Nami", which is regular or "Oomori", which is large portions. The broth is heavy but very tasty and delicious with some "chashu" (BBQ pork), "memma" (bamboo shoot) and Negi (Asian green onion or leek). I'm not sure if it is worth 90 minutes of wait but since we only lined up for 30 minutes, it was a delicious experience!!

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