Yabure Kabure | らーめん房やぶれかぶれ

Yabure Kabure | らーめん房やぶれかぶれ

Style: Shoyu Tsukemen
Bowl to Crush: Yabu Tsuke | やぶつけ

Yabure Kabure is located near Maebara station in Funabashi City of Chiba Prefecture, a good 40 minutes or more by train from central Tokyo. 

Master Tasaki-san's soup is a dark shoyu laden with bits of pork back fat, somewhat resembling the soup in Onomichi-style ramen from near Hiroshima in western Japan. Toppings include pieces of roasted negi, menma, chashu and some vegetables. The soup is rich and flavorful, with a tiny hit of spice. You'll be asked to specify your preferred serving size of noodles. Options include: regular (futsu), large (omori), extra-large (toku mori) and special large (baku mori). 

Albeit remote, Yabure Kabure offers up an elite tsukemen experience — very worth checking out.

Opening Hours: Mon: 6pm-10:30pm; Tues-Sat: 11:30am-2pm, 6pm-10:30pm
Days Closed: Sunday
8-3-3 Maebara Nishi, Funabashi-shi, Chiba
千葉県船橋市前原西8-3-2

 

 
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