Food & drinks
Hakata Ramen ShinShin Tenjin branch
You might have to wait in line to eat this ramen, as the shop is always crowded during lunchtime. But you won’t wait too long, as people leave quickly…so don’t give up!
Their tonkotsu ramen, with soft chashu that melts in your mouth, is delicious. The chashu has been soaked in their original sauce for a long time and you can taste it right after you put it in your mouth. Besides their tonkotsu ramen, you can try champon noodles (thick noodles with various toppings and soup), and sara udon (udon noodles on a plate without soup), both of which originated in Nagasaki prefecture. They also make a fried rice with chashu that’s pretty popular.
(Source: Japan Travel by NAVITIME)