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Miso Ramen at Yaguchiya – 味噌ラーメン

Today let’s talk about Miso ramen. Miso ramen is very popular, making it one of the main flavors served at ramen shops. The flavor miso, actually has a long history behind it in Japan. We will talk about its ramen history and how we serve it at Yaguchiya Ramen.

So what is Miso? This is something we get asked quite frequently when our customers are deciding which ramen to try.

Miso is a traditional Japanese seasoning which is made from fermented soybeans and mixed with barely, rice, buckwheat, millet, rye, wheat, hemp seed, cycad and a few other ingredients depending on the variation. Japan actually has a long history of the use of Miso, dating back since the Neolithic Era (14,000 – 300BC). This makes Miso the youngest of the main flavors of ramen between Shio and Shoyu. However, Miso ramen originates from Hokkaido during the year 1965.

At Yaguchiya Ramen, we are serving an Iekei style Miso ramen. This ramen uses Miso paste blended with our signature Shoyu. It’s then topped with bean sprouts, chives, sweet corn and 2 slices of chashu. Please give it a try if you haven’t yet!!

Yaguchiya Ramen

Where: 4679 Kingsway, Burnaby
Hours: Monday to Sunday; 11:30 am – 3:30 pm | 5 – 9:30 pm
Contact: (604) 620-4679

Web: http://yaguchiya-ramen.com

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Yaguchiya Blog in Canada – 矢口家ラーメン

Welcome to Yaguchiya-Ramen’s blog! Here we will write about our Ramen and other fun facts relating to Ramen! But first, an introduction of what Yaguchiya Ramen is and where we come from.

 

Yaguchiya Ramen is named after Yaguchi-San, who has been a ramen master since 1994. He always dreamt of opening a ramen shop somewhere in North America and succeeded in opening his first Canadian location in B.C. Burnaby just last year in May!

 

Yaguchiya Ramen is a iekei style of ramen that originated from Yokohama, Japan in 1994. In the year 1997, the second restaurant opened in Hiratsuka City. Yaguchiya Ramen has welcomed and served it’s customers for over 24 years.

 

 

Iekei ramen is the signature ramen from Yokohama which first appeared in 1974 in the Kanagawa Prefecture. Iekei means “house-type” from the kanji “家”. Iekei ramen is the perfect balance of the popular Tonkatsu Style from Kyushu in the West, and Shoyu Style from Tokyo in the East. This type of ramen typically is made up of pork and chicken in the soup base mixed in with shoyu, topped with chashu pork slices, spinach and roasted seaweed. However, there are many variations that can be made with this style of ramen including traditional Miso, Shio and Spicy Ramen.

 

 

Our goal is to deliver this amazing great taste of Yokohama style ramen and bring authenticity to our Canadian customers! Stay tuned as we will have more Ramen posts coming soon!