Jealous that Japan has all the ramen events? Southern California, our time has come! Japanese supermarket chain Mitsuwa is having a “Legendary Ramen Festival” featuring 3, count ’em, 3 famous ramenyas from Japan. And yes, the link is in Japanese. I can’t find an English link. But you’re in luck! Here’s the info:
Asameshi Maeda Honten will be featuring a tonkotsu-shoyu ramen at the Costa Mesa Mitsuwa 2/15 through 2/18, the Torrance Mitsuwa 2/22 through 2/25, and the San Diego Mitsu 2/29 to 3/3.
Chibakiya will be serving an interesting-sounding chicken-tonkotsu-fish blend of ramen soup goodness. As an added bonus, you’ll be able to experience a hanjuku “half-boiled” egg. This will only be available at the San Diego Mitsuwa from 2/15 through 2/18.
And last, but not least, Sumire will be cooking up their famous miso ramen, available at the Torrance Mitsuwa from 2/15 through 2/18, and then at the San Diego Mitsuwa 2/22 through 2/25.
A big thanks to Keizo at goramen.com for the tip!
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In California? SWEET! That means I only have to wait about 25 years for this kind of event to reach the midwest.
I went to the Costa Mesa one, it was good but a little too salty for my palette. It was fun to go and very eventful. You should really go if one is near you. I am tempted to go to SD or Torrance for more! ^_^
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English link here: http://www.mitsuwa.com/event/eevent.php?e=28
Happy eating 🙂