It still amazes me how good some Japanese brick ramen can be. Miyakoichi’s shoyu ramen is light (as in not very oily) but full of flavor.
This ramen has a great soup that has adds just a hint of sweetness to the shoyu flavor. The noodles are chewy and holds the soup well.
One difference between this and most other brick ramen is that the soup mix is liquid, not powder. I can’t say that that’s what makes it good, but for a brick ramen, this is an excellent shoyu ramen!
Thank you to the folks at jmyths.com for hooking me up with such a tasty ramen! Check out their selection of import instant ramen from Japan!