The Kurume ramen shop that many people know about is the Kurume ramen shop Seiyoken Honten.
About 70% of the time I have lunch with customers who come to Kurume, I go here.
Therefore, we usually ask for a set of "food stall ramen (katamen)" + "yakimeshi".
The ramen, which has a soup full of tonkotsu flavor mixed with homemade noodles that are just the right thickness, is a gem that everyone from gourmets to people who don't like tonkotsu can enjoy.
Yakimeshi is as popular as this ramen.
"Ramen + grilled rice" is considered to be an overdose of carbohydrates globally, but in Kurume, more than 60% of people order it!
This is common sense in Kurume.
By the way, the probability that a ramen shop in Kurume has fried rice is
About 80% or more of the whole. If the probability of having yakimeshi on the menu of a ramen shop is called the 'yakimeshi rate', the number exceeding about 80% is probably the number one in Japan in Kurume. Even Fukuoka is 40%, the national average is 30%, and Kurume's figure is close to 80%.
In addition, at this shop, the staff members are each unique and made by our company,
You are wearing a Kurume Kasuri bandana.
The noren in front of the toilet is also Kurume Kasuri made by our company.
As long as we are happy to collaborate with the same "made in kurume".
History of Seiyoken
In front of Daiichi Bank (now Mizuho Bank) in Honmachi Rotary, Kurume City, he opened a small stall named Seiyoken.
The names of the two are... the older brother, Hiroshi Kazuki, and the younger brother, Noboru Kazuki.
Later, his younger brother, Noboru, opened Taiho Ramen on his own.
(Currently the second generation Mr. Hitoshi Katsuki).
At Seiyoken, the second generation, Mr. Koji Ichiki, takes over the noren.
Once in February 2006, the goodwill was lowered.
From a letter written by a passionate regular customer wishing for the revival of Seiyoken,
The Seiyoken Revival Project was formed by volunteers,
In May 2009, Kurume Ramen Seiyoken was finally revived!
Tabelog Reprinted from ryu5papa's review