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The Thickest Tonkotsu Ramen In Japan!

Ramen Adventures heads over to Numabukuro station on the Seibu line to try some Tonkotsu (Pork Bone) Ramen at Muteppo! This shop is famous for being 100% pork bone soup. But that’s not the only unique aspect of this ramen, it has no smell and that’s pretty much unheard of for Tonkotsu which is known for having an unpleasant smell that can travel a few blocks.

Brian goes for the 1000 yen Tonkotsu chashumen which comes with pork topping.

Once the bowl arrives you can see the rich color of the broth, a generous amount of meat and garnished with spring onions and seaweed.

The food lover describes the soup as first looking intense and very thick.

And the actual soup being quite creamy with chunks of pork after the initial first sip. Muteppo also serves their customers with an array of toppings to further decorate the flavours like any good tonkotsu shop.

There is also an option to get a thinner soup on the side to sip on!

It seems that this ramen would be a pork lover's heaven and perhaps even Brian’s as well! Just watching the Ramen adventurer slurping the noodles leaves the stomach grumbling!

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Muteppo 4−5−1 Egota Nakano, Tokyo

By - grape Japan editorial staff.