June 30, 2008
Shoyu ramen is a ramen which ramen noodles are in soy sauce flavored hot soup.
"Shoyu" means soy sauce.
Ramen in these photos are Tokyo style shoyu ramen.
Usually, the soup is made by adding soy sauce based sauce (Tare) to clear stock (Dashi) which is made from chiken, some dried fish, and various vegetables.
The soup is clear, light brown, and not oily but not thin taste.
Usually, curly noodles used rather than straigt one.
Because curly noodles are match to such light taste soup.
In the photo above, topping is thinly sliced pork, Menme (fermented banboo shoot), finely sliced green onion, thinly sliced Narutomaki (a type of Kamaboko), and Wakame (seeweed).
In the photo below, topping is thinly sliced pork, Menma, finely sliced green onion, Nori (dried seaweed), boiled egg, and boild spinach.