Iekei Ramen

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A standard style with egg
Yoshimura style with vegetables

Iekei Ramen (家系ラーメン?, Iekei Rāmen) is a ramen noodle bar chain originating from a ramen bar called "Yoshimura-ya" located in Yokohama, Japan. The name "Iekei" literally means "house-type" from the kanji "家". The chain uses pork and soy sauce as the base for their soup, and thick, flat noodles. The bowl usually comes with slices of roast pork, nori seaweed, and spinach, but there are other variations such as eggs, the number of pork slices, and the amount of seaweed.

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