Tonkatsu ramen, traditionally associated with the Hakata district of the southern Japanese city of Fukuoka, takes its rich flavor from long-cooked pork bones. This spicy tonkotsu ramen ($12) gets a kick from mayu, or garlic paste. Note especially the very tender slices of pork, at left.
See also this tribute, by Rameniac, to the yatai food carts of Fukuoka city.
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