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The royal taste of “W soup with seafood and pork bones” in the vein of Taisho-Ken

The “dipping soup” is a combination of animal broth made mainly from Kyushu black pork gengkotsu and chicken bones with a focus on soup stock, umami, and ingredients, and seafood broth made from carefully selected ingredients such as Tosa bonito, Urume sardine, and arabesque mackerel, with a secret sauce to bring out the umami, and a Japanese-style soy sauce flavor.

Click here to see a video comparing the soups on the menu offered by Kobushi.If you are not sure which one to choose, please take a look.


Yasai Tsukemen (Tsukemen noodles are filled with vegetables.)

Ajitama Tsukeme (Tsukemen noodles are filled with seasoned egg.)

Mega-chicken Tsukemen (The tsukemen noodles are filled with deep-fried, very large breast meat.)

Tokusei Tsukemen (The tsukemen contains a seasoned egg and three pieces of chashu pork.)

Approximate amount of noodles


Medium 300g
Large 450g
Extra-large 600g


Medium 300g
Large 400g


Medium 150g
Large 225g
Extra-large 300g

  • A large serving is 120 yen more, and a extra large serving is 240 yen more.
  • The amount of noodles is before boiling. After boiling, it will be about 1.5 times larger.
  • Customers who would like to order tsukemen or ramen with less noodles (200g), please ask for it when ordering.

This is how to eat Kobushi’s deliciously spicy tsukemen!

0. await the arrival of
While you wait, simulate it with this instruction manual.
Paper aprons are available, so please feel free to ask the waiter for one if you want to keep your clothes safe or if you want to sip vigorously while splashing the juice.

1. Noodles into soup.
If the spicy soup is unexpectedly hot, please try your best with water in hand. (We also have a low spiciness version).
Dip the smooth, chewy noodles in the soup and enjoy.

2. Taste it with the ingredients.
Please taste the various ingredients together with the noodles and enjoy the diversity of tastes.
It is also important to worry about whether to eat the most favorite ingredient first or last.

3. Taste it with soup.
After finishing the noodles, please enjoy the soup divided with soup for splitting.
Please feel free to use the pot on the table or ask the waiter.

4. Add rice and taste.
If you want a little more, add rice for 120 yen and enjoy the flavorful porridge.
If the soup is too thick, use broth for dipping.

How was it? Did you enjoy it?
This is just an example, and we are sure that there are ten different ways for ten different customers to enjoy the tour. We hope you will find your own way to enjoy your stay.

Click here for the Tsukemen instruction book available at the store. >>

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