六角や (Rokkakuya) – 横浜家系

One of the original tenants when the Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum first opened in 1994, Rokkakuya has been serving its Tonkotsu-Shoyu ramen with Chicken Oil since 1988. The ability to customize the soup to your liking, along with a thicker-than-normal noodle has made this ramen-ya a favorite among the locals for years.


The contents include:

  • Tonkotsu-Shoyu soup
  • Chicken Oil
  • Noodles


Could it be that this ramen has spoiled? Or is this how it’s supposed to taste? I may never know, but there’s something fishy about this tangy poultry flavor. It’s thick consistency coated the noodles like gravy, reminding me of Thanksgiving. This is one ramen I could not finish.


The noodles were also forgettable. Their spaghetti-like texture had a strange cardboard aroma that clashed with the tangy soup.


I really hope that this pack was spoiled because this ramen was not worth instantizing. I guess I’ll just have to order another one or visit the honten to find out. Yokohama here I come…

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