J-POP SUMMIT presents Ramen Summit – where the top rated ramen restaurants gather in one place! Come try a variety of ramens, including Tonkotsu, Miso, Shoyu, Tsuke-men and more. This will also be a rare opportunity to sample the great taste of restaurants making their San Francisco debut. Don’t miss it!
★ See all food line-up HEREat FOOD & SAKE page!

・When: July 23rd (Sat) & 24th (Sun), 2016
・Where: Festival Pavilion Parking Area inside Fort Mason Center
・Ramen price*: $8.00 per bowl
*J-POP SUMMIT pass required to enter all food areas.

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・Sponsored by Yamachan Ramen
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Participating vendors: (More vendors coming soon!)
  • - TONKOTSU -
    “Among the BEST I’ve ever tasted” - Jonathan Kauffman (Tasting Table)
    “One of those cases where the food is worth the wait and drive” - The San Francisco Chronicle

    Try Orenchi Beyond's flavorful pork-bone ramen broth that takes 18 hours of slow simmering to prepare. The thick savory ​broth is complimented with special blended soy sauce, garlic, and thick noodles.
  • - TSUKE-MEN -
    IZA RAMEN, established by Ritsu Tsuchida, the executive chef of Blowfish to Die For, will serve Tsukemen, a dipping-style noodle!

    The combination of their rich dipping broth made with pork, chicken and fish bones, and thick wavy noodles makes the perfect flavor! It's a must try!

  • - SEAFOOD -
    Don’t miss the new ramen experience with Hinodeya Ramen Bar straight from Japan!

    Enjoy authentic ramen broth made from the maximum umami of bonito flakes, kombu seaweed and shellfish. The delicate flavor of the seafood broth is rich, deep and smooth.

  •   Ramen Taka
    Ramen Taka is located near Santa Clara University and renowned for their Hakata-style ramen.

    They will serve their Spicy Miso Ramen, a carefully selected blend of miso flavors with a variety of toppings that match perfectly with their thin Hakata-style noodle and rich soup!
  •   Naruto Ramen
  • - SHOYU -
    Naruto Ramen joins us from New York!

    They will proudly serve their signature dish and New Yorker favorite, "Shoyu Ramen"! Come try their rich, dense soup using pork and chicken stock, borne through their extensive study and dedication!