Tonkotsu Ramen（Pork Bone Broth Ramen）
The soup in this ramen is made by simmering pork bones, chicken carcass, vegetables, and other ingredients for 10 hours. It is left to sit overnight to develop its rich and tasty flavor. It is both hearty and light, with a nice aftertaste. We take extra care to remove any unpleasant smell that comes from the pork bones. The chashu, made from pork belly, is incredibly tender and served in a generous portion. The noodles are thin and straight.
You can choose the hardness of your noodles
Softer← Super soft・Soft・Slightly soft・Normal・Slightly hard・Hard・Super hard →Harder
Full serving of extra noodles：￥１３０
Half a serving of extra noodles：￥７０
The speed at which you eat is important when ordering extra noodles. Leave as much broth as you can and order the extra noodles when you are half-way through your ramen.
Ma-Yu Tonkotsu Ramen
Ma-yu is a bold and fragrant oil created by charring garlic and vegetables. By charring it in five stages, we achieve a balanced combination of sweetness and savory aroma, both of which stand out prominently.
|Ma-Yu Tonkotsu Ramen
Uma-Kara Ramen（Spicy-Savoury Ramen）
Spicy and savoury ramen made with the finest Korean chili peppers. It’s not just about the heat; we use a mild variety of red chili pepper that perfectly blends its flavor and aroma. Red chili peppers have various benefits, such as promoting digestion, relieving stress, and aiding in fat burning!
Ita-Kara Ramen（Painfully Spicy Ramen）
This Painfully Spicy Ramen is made with the spiciest Korean chili peppers. Just one sip of the soup and your mouth will tingle and burn! Topped with a garlic chive sauce that perfectly matches the spiciness. Experience both the ‘pain’ and ‘spiciness’ while exclaiming ‘Ouch!’ and ‘Wow!’ ♪♪♪
This ramen combines three types of soy sauce, including Kadocho’s tamari soy sauce from Yuasa-cho, the birthplace of soy sauce. It comes with tender chashu made from slow-cooked pork shoulder. A little extra tamari soy sauce is added at the end to give it an extra delicious smell that makes you even hungrier. Enjoy the tasty flavor and wonderful smell of this Bakumatsu-style Wakayama ramen.
Japanese-style Tonkotsu Ramen
A blend of flavors extracted from mackerel, herring, and other fish parts, along with the aromatic oil from saury fish, all infused with a hint of yuzu, creates a Japanese-style taste to our tonkotsu soup. Instead of the usual chashu made from pork belly, a subtly flavored pork shoulder is used. The richly flavored wakame seaweed harvested in Yura-cho, Ina, is also used.
|Japanese-style Tonkotsu Ramen
We purchase “golden ginger” directly from Kochi Prefecture, the home of ginger, and use it luxuriously. Even before you eat it, it has a nice, fluffy aroma, and as soon as you take a bite, you can feel the crunchy texture of the needle ginger, and just the right amount of spiciness, and the flavor spreads throughout your mouth. Homemade noodles, pork bone soup, and thick char siu go great together! The grated ginger also sinks in, giving you a refreshing flavor until the last bite, and it feels like it’s melting from the core of your body.
|Ginger Ramen（Free large serving of ginger)
A new ramen that combines the rich creamy taste of carbonara with the delicious flavor of tonkotsu ramen! Thick flat homemade noodles, grilled tomatoes, crispy bacon, and homemade croutons. The aroma of black pepper, powdered cheese, and parsley brings out the deliciousness. Please enjoy a new ramen experience.
|Carbonara Ramen（with Extra Noodles）
An Italian twist to our tonkotsu soup by combining it with Pesto Genovese. The savory taste of pork bone and the aroma of basil come together synergistically. As you sip the soup, you’ll experience the refreshing scent of basil, followed by the lingering sweetness of pork bone. The chashu is made from Miyazaki’s tender and healthy Sakurahime chicken breast, cooked at a low temperature. Finally, enjoy the color and texture of watercress and bell pepper!
Japanese-style Cold Ramen
This ramen uses homemade whole wheat noodles made from whole wheat flour grown in Japan. Whole wheat flour includes the outer layers of the wheat grain. It has higher nutritional value compared to regular wheat flour, being rich in dietary fiber and vitamin B1, among other nutrients. The soup for this ramen is prepared with kelp and bonito flakes, combined with vinegar and aromatic oil, resulting in a refreshing and cold Japanese-style soup. As toppings, there is low-temperature-cooked chicken chashu made from Miyazaki’s Sakurahime chicken breast, wakame seaweed from Ina, seaweed noodles with a satisfying chewy texture, crispy fried onions, lots of tomatoes and shiso leaves, creating a satisfyingly hearty dish!
|Japanese-style Cold Ramen
|Japanese-style Cold Ramen（with Extra Noodles）
Hiyashi Chūka（Cold Ramen）
Served in a cool bowl, these silky and slippery jade green noodles are infused with spinach and offer a refreshing texture. This dish is not only delicious but also a healthy option, as it is generously topped with fresh, locally sourced vegetables. The homemade soy sauce dressing is light and ideal for the hot summer season!
|Hiyashi Chūka（with Extra Noodles）
No-soup Tantan Noodles
This ramen uses high-hydration noodles that have a chewy and medium-thick texture, the first of its kind at Bakumatsu. This bowl offers a combination of the tingling sensation of Sichuan peppercorns and the spiciness of homemade chili oil. The chewy noodles are coated with a rich sauce created specifically for tantan noodles; be sure to mix at least 10 times. Lastly, mix a small amount of rice (complimentary) into the remaining sauce and enjoy. The Sichuan peppercorns and chili oil can be omitted upon request. If you’re not a fan, please let us know when placing your order.
|No-soup Tantan Noodles
No-soup Curry Tantan Noodles
In this dish, we use spicy curry powder and high-hydration noodles with a chewy and medium-thick texture. The chewy noodles are coated with a rich sauce created specifically for tantan noodles; be sure to mix at least 10 times. Lastly, mix a small amount of rice（complimentary） into the remaining sauce and enjoy.
|No-soup Curry Tantan Noodles
Dark-roasted Golden Sesame Tantan Noodles
A perfect match of homemade golden sesame paste, slightly gingery meat miso, and fragrant chili oil in our tonkotsu soup. It’s rich yet has a refreshing aftertaste. You can adjust the spiciness with extra or less Sichuan peppercorns, green peppercorns, and chili oil.
|Dark-roasted Golden Sesame Tantan Noodles
Mini Bakumatsu Don
A rice bowl topped with generous servings of chashu made with our secret sauce. The way the chashu’s fat coats onto the rice is exquisite. The combination with green onion (kujo negi) and nori (dry roasted seaweed) is also superb. Of course, it pairs excellently with our tonkotsu ramen!
|Mini Bakumatsu Don
|Mini mini Bakumatsu Don
Mini Meat-Miso Don
A rice bowl topped with crunchy watercress mixed with our signature ginger-infused meat miso and fragrant homemade chili oil that was well-received with our tantan noodles. Mix it thoroughly with the rice and savor. It also pairs exceptionally well with our ramen, and you can customize it by opting for no raw egg, no chili oil, or adding mayonnaise as you prefer.
|Mini Meat-Miso Don
|Mini Meat-Miso Don（without raw egg）
At Bakumatsu, we offer various toppings that can enhance your ramen experience. Try mixing and matching to make your own original combination of toppings! (Please note that some toppings are seasonal and only offered for a limited time)
|Larger Serving of Chashu
|Soft-boiled Egg 【Most Popular)】
|Larger Serving of Green Onions
|Larger Serving of Bean Sprouts
|Seasonal Onion (Limited time)
|Spinach (Limited time)
We also offer side dishes such as handmade gyoza dumplings and homemade kimchi. Please ask our staff in-store for more details.
Certain menu items and prices may vary depending on the location.