The storefront to Fukurou.
* Closed on Wednesdays
If you’re looking for a filling meal and a new flavour of ramen, thenFukurou is the place to be.
Perhaps the most appropriate way to describe the menu of Fukurou is a surprising sense of volume. The standard serving of ramen is much like that found in other stores, but once you leave the safe and normal territory then you’re in for a ride. Just about every other order on the menu is filled with all kinds of meat and vegetables, and I can guarantee you won’t be left wanting at the end of your meal.
A bowl of 'genki soba' ramen at Fukurou
What’s more, the menu has a lot of other options in addition to the standard ramen and gyoza fare. For example, in addition to bowls of rice and plates of shumai, you can also order curry rice (although not the kind you may be used to), kimchi and almost any other combination of noodles, rice and common vegetables that you can imagine.
- Chuka Soba – 530 yen
- Genki Soba – 680 yen
- Curry Rice – 380 yen
- Gyoza – 320 yen
- Shumai – 260 yen
- Kimchi – 180 yen
A look at the inside of the shop.
Located next to one of the main roads running through Matsushige to Naruto City, the shop is easy to find. It has a generous parking space, and like many ramen shops, the interior of the store is very understated, with both table and counter seats available.
Tickets are bought from a machine at the door, and pictures are available for most of the items on the menu so you can work out what to get in advance event if you can’t read Japanese.