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Opened in connection with the famous Menbakaichidai (Fire Ramen Restaurant), the Ramen Factory in Kyoto is the only place you can go to enjoy learning the ways to make your very own bowl of ramen. The Ramen Factory is just a short walk from Kyoto's Tofukuji station and offers three courses for guests to learn about Japan's most popular noodle dish. Housed in a renovated Japanese-style building, enjoy making ramen by hand in this traditional interior with useful picture books illustrating the step-by-step method to making the perfect bowl. While ramen is typically made with pork or chicken broth, the Ramen Factory offers a variety of options for vegetarian, vegan, glutton-free, and even Halal-certified choices to ensure everybody regardless of age or nationality can enjoy Japan's signature dish. Be sure to take plenty of pictures while you work, or borrow a selfie stick and capture an epic video of your work. Once your done with all the hard-work, it's time to add toppings and enjoy your delicious ramen creation. While the Ramen Factory opened in 2017, it has quickly become one of Kyoto's most popular venues. Come explore this magnificent tribute to ramen during our special AnimeJapan | Osaka Golden Route Tour package, or add the factory after your Japan tour ends in Kyoto for an unforgettable experience before heading home!
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