Tsukemen is a ramen dish in Japanese cuisine consisting of noodles which are eaten after being dipped in a separate bowl of soup or broth.
The dish was invented in 1961 by Kazuo Yamagishi (1935–2015), who owned Taishoken restaurant, a well-known ramen restaurant in Tokyo, Japan.
In 1961, Yamagishi added the dish to his restaurant’s fare using the name “special morisoba”, which consisted of “cold soba noodles with soup for dipping.” The dish soon became very popular at Taishoken restaurants.
As of 2015, over 100 Taishoken restaurants exist in Japan.
Owner Chef : Tsuyoshi Ishigaki
Trainee of Ramen Champion at
Singapore and Hong Kong.
Restaurant manager of Butao,
Miyamoto, Misobancho in Ramen
Retraining in main branch of
Taishoken at Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Japan.
And become manager of Yoneda Bangkok in September of the same year.
Owner of Taishoken Ramen in Bangkok.
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