Kurume in Fukuoka Prefecture, the birthplace of Tonkotsu Ramen. Kurume Ramen is the original Tonkotsu Ramen. It is characterized by that cloudy white broth, but apparently, it was not initially cloudy.
Whats the difference between ramen and Tonkotsu?
Just remember: tonkotsu means that the broth is cloudy and made from pork; shio, shoyu, and miso specify what type of tare is used. Tori paitan, therefore, is a chicken-based ramen where (just like tonkotsu) the broth has been boiled until an emulsion forms, giving the soup a cloudy appearance.
Do Chinese like ramen?
Because they think “What is this?! Localized Chinese food in Japan is adjusted for the taste preference of Japanese customers. So many Chinese people may think this altered cuisine is strange! However, they enjoy eating ramen and they are satisfied.