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In countries where ramen is well known in the market, TSUKEMEN is attracting attention as the next product. TSUKEMEN is served with separate soup and noodles. It is a popular product among ramen fans in Japan. Generally, TSUKEMEN is offered more in specialty stores than in ramen stores. Why? Because TSUKEMEN noodles are thicker, they take about 7 minutes to boil. The noodles are then rinsed in cold water. The soup is hot and the noodles are cold. This is what Tsukemen is all about. The most attractive business model of the Tsukemen franchise in Japan is FUUMNARU. It is already very successful in … Continue reading
Today we report on the Japanese Ramen franchise inspection tour we conducted for a client from France. Ramen is very popular in France. However, not all stores are able to reproduce the authentic Japanese quality, and the client came to Japan in search of authentic Japanese ramen. We organized a 3-day inspection tour based on their own research and information provided by Assentia Holdings. The tour started in Hiroshima. The tour then visited Kyoto, Osaka, and Nagano. The first stop was Hiroshima. BARI-UMA The first stop was Hiroshima, the headquarters of Bari-Uma ramen. Bari-Uma ramen has already started franchising overseas in 2012 and has opened more than … Continue reading
A wonderful restaurant has opened in Mongolia as a franchise. In October 2022, three years after the first restaurant opened in August 2019, a new popular eatery opened in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.Takesan is a MISO RAMEN store owned by KOKUHEI-MISO, a 240-year-old miso manufacturer in Obuse, Nagano Prefecture. It is not just a restaurant franchise, but a franchise business involving producers of authentic traditional Japanese ingredients with a long history. In other words, it is a franchise of Japanese food culture. Takesan” is a ramen restaurant that opened in 2008 in Nagano, Japan. The founder, Mr. TAKEDA, created a ramen that would become a specialty of snowy Nagano … Continue reading
In the midst of a pandemic, Mongolia’s TAKE-SAN RAMEN celebrates its third anniversary. Opened on August 3, 2019, TAKE-SAN RAMEN is a RAMEN made with KOKUHEI-MISO, a 240 year old ramen from Nagano, Japan.The container is an earthenware pot and the noodles are placed in the boiling broth in this unique ramen. Most unique is that they have a VAGAN menu. It is rare to find a restaurant in Mongolia that offers a VEGAN menu, but the high-spirited crowd demands a VEGAN menu for their meals. What kind of VEGAN menu? It is a VEGAN menu using many traditional Japanese ingredients. No fake meat is used. It is a very … Continue reading
The word “RAMEN” in a nutshell, there are many different types of ramen in Japan. As already mentioned, the history of ramen in Japan is not very old, dating back to 1910. However, during the chaotic postwar period, “Yatai” ramen took root as the taste of the common people and evolved into ramen with regional characteristics. From the 1970s, eating out in Japan underwent a major transformation from a livelihood to an industry. Ramen has evolved into many different forms in this trend. About Noodles The thickness and hydration rate of ramen noodles vary widely from region to region. As shown in the figure, they vary in different parts of … Continue reading
The second BARI-UMA RAMEN store has opened in Bali, Indonesia. BARIUMARAMEN is a unique system and can be opened even during a pandemic. We are looking for franchisees in many countries around the world. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CW7-zp5l2Vx/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet BARIUMA RAMEN is the most systematized RAMEN franchise in the world. You can recreate the authentic taste of Japan in your own country. Our training center offers training in English and Chinese.
The second BARI-UMA RAMEN store has opened in Bali, Indonesia. BARI-UMA-RAMEN is a unique system and can be opened even during a pandemic. We are looking for franchisees in many countries around the world. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CW7-zp5l2Vx/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
At Take san, they have vegan ramen. “A ramen without meat? Impossible!” you would think. How would the broth be made then? Without pork, chicken bones or any broth? Exactly! The soup base is Miso, which is made from fermented soy beans. For more information about TAKE SAN Ramen restaurant franchise: TAKE-SAN: Plant based MISO Ramen
Ramen is said to be the best of Japanese food, and we regularly research SAPPORO, one of the most fierce ramen battlegrounds in Japan. As the world’s leading ramen franchise, we are always on top of the latest ramen information. Why don’t you run a ramen business in your own country, in your own town? We are the ones best suited to support you. https://www.facebook.com/InternationalFranchise
BARI-UMA Ramen, Everyone’s happy. Japanese franchise opportunity The great thing about BAIRUMA is that we can offer the same taste at any time. No matter if you are from a different country, eating at a different time of day, or working in a different kitchen, you will always be served the same flavor of ramen. That’s pretty important. With our special know-how, BARIUMARAMEN has been able to achieve uniformity of taste in our franchises around the world.