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Ramen Takeout – Sun, 6/7 4-5:15PM @ Wabi Sabi Japan Living (PRE ORDER ONLY) Just added! Cold Noodle


New–Cold Noodle Salad "Hiyashi Chuka"

New–"Japanese Curry Stew"

New–"Pork & Chicken Gyoza"


Wabi Sabi Japan Living

258 N Palm Canyon Dr


Ni-Chome Ramen

Ramen Takeout Sunday, 6/7 4:00PM-5:15PM

Who: The guys from Wabi Sabi Japan Living bring you "Ni-Chome Ramen"

What: Takeout Ramen

  • A) Tonkotsu Ramen

  • Pork bone broth with soy tare

  • B) Shoyu Ramen

  • ​Chicken & dashi broth with soy tare

  • C) Vegetarian Ramen

  • ​Veg broth with Aka (red) Miso, 3 different types of mushrooms, soy milk, sesame oil & subtle spice

When: Sunday, June 7th 4:00PM-5:15PM

Wherw: Wabi Sabi Japan Living, 258 N Palm Canyon Dr.

Cost: $12

Additonal Items:

  • NEW! Cold Noodle Salead "Hiyashi Chuka" (limited to 10) $12

  • A refreshing traditional Japanese summer salad with cold ramen noodles, tomatoes, cucumber, ham, and egg with a flavorful dressing. ​

  • NEW! Japanese Curry Stew with Pork- this can be a side for 2 people or a meal for 1. Limited to 20 orders) $10

  • NEW! Chicken & Pork (combo) Gyoza with Dipping Sauce- Japanese fried dumplings (limited to 20 orders) $7

  • Addtional Ajitama Egg (qty 1, limted to 20) $1

  • Additional Pork Chasu (limited to 20) $2

  • Crunchy Garlic $8.95

  • La-Yu Sesame Chili Oil $3.95

  • Shindo Gasanryu Shoko Sake (notes of green pineapple, green apple and melon) 720ml $27.95

  • Taru Sake (crisp, clean, clear smoky notes from Yoshindo cedar wood barrels) 720ml $21.95


Tonkotsu and Shoyu

  • Chashu pork

  • Ajitama soft boiled egg

  • Green onion

  • Menma (bamboo)

  • Corn

  • Pickled Red Ginger


  • Ajitama soft boiled egg

  • Green onion

  • Menma (bamboo)

  • Bean Sprouts

  • Corn

  • Pickled Red Ginger

If you're new to takeout Ramen, here's some pointers:

√ Ramen Noodles are not precooked because ramen noodles absorb moisture. For the optimal texture and taste, ramen noodles are cooked just before eating. 60-90 seconds in boiling water and then drain

√ Serve the broth at a high heat, 190-205 F

√ All of the ingredients need to go in at once and eat right away, e.g., broth, then layer noodles, then oils, then toppings and enjoy!

If you've not had Japanese Curry Stew here's what it's all about:

√ Japanese Curry is a stew made with vegetables, carrots, onions, and potatoes, and meat such as chicken, beef or pork. Ours is made with pork.

√ Japanese Curry is a "stew" vs. Indian Curry is a "sauce".

√ Japanese Curry stew is not like Indian Curry sauce in that it's not highly fragrant and does not take over. It's more subdued and about beautiful softer flavors. It's flavors are highly addicting.

√ Brought to Japan in Meji period 1868 by the British, Japanese adopted and adapted Curry to be a softer, smoother flavor for the Japanese palate.

√ Japanese Curry stew is one of the most popular dishess in Japan and now a multi-billion dollar industry.

From the guys behind Wabi Sabi Japan Living and Ni-Chome Ramen:

“Our recipes were developed over time spent in Japan eating at local places. We're foodies but not in the Michelin sense but more of the Anthony Bourdain way. Religiously we visit Yakitori Alley of Shinjuku and Shimbashi and we visit the Takoyaki and Okonomiyaki street vendors in and around Tsukiji market. We eat Ramen from Hokkaido to Kyushu and have a great appreciation for the varieties and methods. But we also make a point of knowing the best Ramen places in So Cal. To perfect our recipes, we practice over and over while reaching out to friends and family back in Japan until we get it just right. The recipes are the culmination of 10+ years spent exploring, eating, and learning."

About Wabi Sabi Japan Living

Wabi Sabi Japan Living is a home goods retail store that imports goods from Japan and Asia. Categories include Tableware, Japanese Knives, Japanese Sake, Japanese Packaged Food Products, Japanese Skincare, Kanji Wear Clothing, Cookware, Chopsticks, Patio Dish-ware, and more.

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