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Kurume’s famous old shops and Tenjin’s popular eateries. Chase bliss hopping between shops for two bowls of ramen.

A value ticket set combining train fare and voucher for two bowls of ramen.

The Ticket Pack includes

  • ・Nishitetsu Train Round Trip Ticket

    [Fukuoka version tickets]
    Ticket-selling Station - Fukuoka (Tenjin) Round Trip Ticket
    (Unlimited rides between Fukuoka and Ohashi)

    [Kurume version tickets]
    Ticket-selling Station - Kurume/Hanabatake Round Trip Ticket
    (Unlimited rides between Kurume and Hanabatake)

  • ・Voucher for 2 bowls of ramen

Special present!

Purchase the “Ramen Shop Hopper Ticket” and collect 10 stamps to receive a deluxe donburi (large bowl) present!
* The bowl will be shipped to you at a later date.
* One ticket entitles you to one stamp.

[Fukuoka version Ramen Shop Hopper Ticket] Applicable shops and menu items

  • 7 min walk from Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station

    Hakata Ramen Shinshin
    Tenjin main branch

    A famous shop in the Tenjin area with a line out the door day and night. Enjoy classic Hakata ramen from a chef who started out in a food stall. The ultra-thin noodles are the perfect foil to the creamy pork bone soup.

    Add. 3-2-19 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH: 092-732-4006
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 am (last orders at 2:30 am)
    Closed: Sundays
    28 seats (12 counter seats and 16 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time until 3 pm

  • 5 min walk from Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station

    Hakata Junkei Tonkotsu Ramen Mankai
    Oyafudo-dori branch

    The shop opened on Oyafuko Dori Ave. on July 11, 2019. There you can enjoy innovative Hakata ramen with pure pork bone, salt-based pork or tomato-based pork soups. The interior decor is that of a stylish cafe.

    Add. 3-4-14 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH: 092-406-6811
    Opening hours: 11 am - 11 pm (last orders)
    Closed: first and third Tuesdays
    33 seats (23 counter seats and 10 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 10 min walk from Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station

    Hakata Ikkosha Nishi-Nakasu branch

    This popular shop invented “foamy” ramen, using a special boiling method that mellows the soup. The Nishi-Nakasu branch features an open-kitchen style that lets customers see the soup being blended in a hagama pot.

    Add. 3-11-18 Haruyoshi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH: 092-741-7771
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3 am (last orders at 2:50 am), 11:30 am - 2 am on Sundays (last orders at 1:50 am)
    Closed: Open year-round
    19 seats (11 counter seats and 8 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 3 min walk from Yakuin Station

    Menkuiya Yakuin main branch

    Having just celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2019, this shop is the real deal for Hakata ramen. With all traces of odor removed, the soup is a big hit with female patrons. Their roast pork has built up its own reputation as well.

    Add. Level 1, Machidori Bldg., 2-3-27 Watanabedori, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH: 092-712-9551
    Opening hours: 11 am - 12 am (closes at 11 pm on Sat, Sun and holidays.)
    Closed: Open year-round
    33 seats (10 counter seats and 23 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time until 2 pm

  • 2 min walk from Nishitetsu Hirao Station

    Chuka Soba Marugen

    This dish is a seafood ramen pioneer in Fukuoka. It combines meat like pork bones and chicken feet with a seafood broth composed primarily of small crunchy dried sardines and a Japanese-style broth containing kombu seaweed.

    Add. Level 1, City Mansion, 2-2-18 Hirao, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH: 092-522-8848
    Opening hours: 11:30 am to 11:30 pm (closes at 11 pm on Sundays and holidays) * Available only while supplies last.
    Closed: Mondays
    16 seats (8 counter seats and 8 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 10 min walk from Nishitetsu Hirao Station

    Ramen & bar Yasoichi

    This ramen shop and izakaya pub opens for lunch and stays open until 5 am, making it easy to visit at your convenience. This tonkotsu shoyu (pork bone and soy sauce broth) ramen is garnished with toppings like spinach, quail eggs and nori seaweed.

    Add. 4-3-12 Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
    PH:092-523-8080
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 4 pm, 6 pm - 5 am (last orders at 4 am)
    Closed: Sundays
    20 seats (8 counter seats and 12 table seats)
    * Smoking available

  • 10 min walk from Takamiya Station

    Noodle Shop Gamushara

    Noma area’s latest tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen shop opened on May 1, 2019. The soup, cooked in a hagama pot, is thick and aromatic. With 200, 300 and 400 yen finger foods, the shop also serves as a casual noodle bar.

    Add. 4-4-35 Noma, Minami-ku, Fukuoka
    PH:092-287-6836
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 pm, 4 pm - 0 am (last orders at 11:30 pm)
    Closed: Unscheduled
    12 seats (8 counter seats and 4 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time

  • 5 min walk from Ohashi Station

    Yobimoboshi Tonkotsu Koshiro

    This shop serves Kurume’s legendary “yobimodoshi” soup which blends broths boiled in multiple pots at different rates and to varying thicknesses. The tonkotsu (pork bone broth) employs a master stock that is reused daily to give the soup a deep full body.

    Add. Level 1, Nishimura Bldg., 2-11-14 Ohashi, Minami-ku, Fukuoka
    PH:092-511-1717
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3 pm, 6 pm - 1 am, 7:30 pm to 2 am on Fridays,
    Saturdays and days preceding holidays. Open for lunch only on Sundays.
    Closed: Thursdays (unscheduled)
    16 seats (6 counter seats and 10 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 2 min walk from Ohashi Station

    Hakatadama

    Enjoy the standard Hakata ramen with a light, low-oil pork bone soup and homemade thin noodles. If you love spicy dishes, their “karadama” (spicy ramen) will numb your tongue. The salmon rice bowl from the side menu is also not to be missed.

    Add. 1-14-8 Ohashi, Minami-ku, Fukuoka
    PH:090-4772-5328
    Opening hours: 11 am - 4 pm (last orders), 6 am - 12 am (last orders)
    Closed: Sundays (on the following day if a public holiday)
    14 seats (8 counter seats and 6 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time

  • 5 min walk from Ohashi Station

    Irukaya Ohashi branch

    This shop shot to fame for its tonkotsu shoyu (pork bone and soy sauce) ramen with unique ingredients. It bustles with customers late into the night. An oily golden chicken broth adds a subtle flavor to the rich pork-bone soup.

    Add. 2-12-12 Ohashi, Minami-ku, Fukuoka
    PH:092-552-7666
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3 am
    Closed: Open year-round
    20 seats (8 counter seats and 12 table seats)
    * Smoking available

[Kurume version Ramen Shop Hopper Ticket] Applicable shops and menu items

  • 3 min walk from Nishitetsu Kurume Station

    Daiei Ramen

    Enjoy old-fashioned Kurume ramen with a light 100% pork-bone soup and crunchy tempura bits fried in pork fat. Their savory grilled giblets are almost as famous as their ramen.

    Add. Level 1, Baba Bldg., 30-25, Higashimachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-39-3977
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    Closed: Mondays
    20 seats (8 counter seats and 12 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 15 min walk from Nishitetsu Kurume Station

    Hanabatake Marufuku

    In 2016, after 30 years in business, the shop moved to a new location near City Plaza. Customers love their ramen made with the traditional master stock method, and their champon noodles made from the same soup base.

    Add. 21-1 Mutsumonmachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-39-0344
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm (last order 30 mins prior to end of each session)
    Closed: Thursdays
    19 seats (4 counter seats and 15 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time

  • 3 min walk from Nishitetsu Kurume Station

    Kurume Ramendo Menshi

    This shop’s energetic young owner is devoted to the pursuit of a rich pork-bone soup. Drawing from a pork-bone “yobimodoshi” master stock that is replenished daily gives the soup depth. And you can’t go wrong with the pork intestine rice-bowl or mustard green rice from the sub-menu.

    Add. 39-2 Higashimachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH: 0942-65-8543
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 pm (last orders at 2:30 pm)
    6 pm to 12 am (last order 11:30 pm), open until 10 pm on Sundays & holidays (last order 9:30 pm)
    Closed: Open year-round
    18 seats (10 counter seats and 8 table seats)
    * Smoking prohibited during lunch time

  • Approx. 15 min from Nishitetsu Kurume Station by bus

    Ramen Hachi

    The chef at this bustling shop apprenticed at Daizaifu’s Hacchan Ramen. Their signature ramen packs a flavorful punch with char-broiled pork-leg and added pork fat. The fried rice is popular as well.

    Add. 5-6-11 Higashiaikawa, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-44-5995
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10 pm
    Closed: Wednesdays and third Thursdays
    27 seats (9 counter seats and 18 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • 15 min walk from Nishitetsu Kurume Station

    Banyoken main branch

    Founded in 1948, this shop is a veteran among Kurume ramen shops. The shop blends pork-bone and chicken soup stock into a traditional light ramen that has attracted countless fans.

    Add. 7-52 Mutsumonmachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH::0942-35-2237
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 2 am
    Closed: Mondays and second Sundays
    24 seats (12 counter seats and 12 table seats)
    * Smoking available

  • 8 min walk from Hanabatake Station

    Mohikan Ramen Ajiichiya

    This creative bowl of ramen combines a rich umami obtained from pork head and legs, with a spicy “mohawk red” sauce. The mohawk-sporting chef and thoughtful staff make it a hit with customers.

    Add. 221-11 Tsubukuhonmachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-39-6786
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 8:30 pm (last orders)
    Closed: third Wednesdays
    24 seats (6 counter seats and 18 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • Approx. 15 min from Hanabatake Station by bus

    Ramen Nitoryu
    Shinmen Takezo Tsubuku branch

    The chef (who is trained in traditional Japanese cuisine) launched five styles of ramen inspired by Miyamoto Musashi’s Book of Five Rings. Among its pork-bone based ramen varieties, the shop’s unique “Lemon Ramen” stands out as a hit with female clientele.

    Add. 238-1 Tsubukuimamachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-80-6698
    Opening hours: 11 am - 10:00 pm (last orders)
    Closed: Mondays
    47 seats (19 counter seats and 28 table seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • Approx. 12 min from Hanabatake Station by bus

    Ramen Kurume Honda Shoten

    The dish combines “yobimodoshi” soup (made from a master broth that is replenished daily) with homemade noodles known for their al dente texture, and tender homemade roast pork. It deserves the title of classic Kurume tonkotsu (pork-bone broth) ramen.

    Add. 3-27-29 Minami, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-55-4065
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 pm, 6 pm - 10 pm
    Closed: Thursdays
    35 seats (7 counter seats, 10 table seats, 18 Japanese-style seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • Approx. 10 min from Hanabatake Station by bus

    Kurume Ramen Seiyoken main branch

    Kurume’s representative style of ramen was created by a food stall in 1952. This “Food stall ramen” and its counterpart “plan ramen” (with no added lard) are Kurume’s two main kinds of tonkotsu (pork-bone broth) ramen.

    Add. 1798-6 Suwanomachi, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    PH:0942-32-9736
    Opening hours: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm (last orders), [Sat, Sun and holidays]11 am - 10 pm (last orders)
    Closed: third Tuesdays, New Year’s Day
    66 seats (22 counter seats, 20 table seats, 24 Japanese-style seats)
    * All seats are no-smoking

  • Approx. 10 min from Hanabatake Station by bus

    Ramen Tatsunoya Kurume Ramen

    The shop opened in Kurume in 1999, and now boasts branches in Los Angeles and New York. The concentrated depth and umami of the pork bone soup perfectly matches the homemade noodles.

    [Kamitsu branch] PH: 0942-22-7811
    Add. 1-2-1 Kamitsu, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 pm, 6 pm - 10 pm
    Closed: Tuesdays
    [Kurume Interchange branch] PH: 0942-41-1010
    Add. 1-11-1 Miihatazaki, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka
    Opening hours: 11 am - 3 pm, 6 pm - 10 pm
    Closed: Thursdays
    * Ramen voucher tickets can be used at both the Kamitsu store and the Kurume Interchange store.

Stations Where Ticket Packs are Sold, and Prices

[Fukuoka version tickets]

Station Adult
Ijiri / Zasshonokuma ¥1,560
Kasugabaru / Shirakibaru / Shimo-Ori ¥1,620
Tofuro-Mae / Futsukaichi / Gojo / Murasaki ¥1,700
Asakuragaido / Sakuradai / Chikushi / Dazaifu ¥1,780
Tsuko / Mikunigaoka / Mitsusawa ¥1,860
Oho / Ogori / Hatama ¥1,940
Miyanojin / Kushiwara / Kurume / Hanabatake / Shikenjo-Mae ¥2,100
Goromaru / Koganchaya
Tsubuku / Yasutake / Daizenji / Kitano / Oki / Kaneshima ¥2,160
Mizuma / Inuzuka / Omizo ¥2,240
Hatchomuta / Kamachi / Amagi ¥2,320
Yanagawa ¥2,420
Shiotsuka / Nakashima / Enoura ¥2,500
Hiraki / Wataze / Kuranaga / Higashi-Amagi ¥2,600
Ginsui / Shin-Sakaemachi / Omuta ¥2,660

[Kurume version tickets]

Station Adult
Fukuoka (Tenjin) / Yakuin / Hirao / Takamiya / Omuta ¥2,100
Ohashi / Ijiri / Zasshonokuma / Higashi-Amagi / Ginsui / Shin-Sakaemachi ¥2,000
Kasugabaru / Shirakibaru / Shimo-Ori / Dazaifu ¥1,940
Enoura / Hiraki / Wataze / Kuranaga
Tofuro-Mae / Futsukaichi / Murasaki / Asakuragaido / Gojo ¥1,860
Shiotsuka / Nakashima
Sakuradai / Chikushi / Yanagawa / Amagi ¥1,780
Tsuko / Mikunigaoka / Mitsusawa / Hatchomuta / Kamachi ¥1,700
Oho / Ogori / Inutsuka / Omizo / Oki / Kaneshima ¥1,620
Hatama / Daizenji / Mizuma / Koganchaya / Kitano ¥1,560
Yasutake / Goromaru ¥1,500
Miyanojin / Kushiwara / Shikenjo-Mae / Tsubuku ¥1,440
[Stations Where Ticket Packs are Sold]

【Fukuoka version tickets】 Every station between Ijiri and Omuta, every station on Dazaifu/Amagi Line
* Excluding unmanned stations.
【Kurume version tickets】 Every station between Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station and Kushiwara / Every station between Shikenjo-Mae and Omuta
* Excluding unmanned stations.

[Period of Validity]

Train Ticket: valid for two days including the day of purchase (unlimited rides on the day of purchase)
Ramen Voucher: valid for one week including the day of purchase (can be used at all 20 shops)

Important Notes

Using Ramen Voucher

■ Services may not be available due to extraordinary closure or store congestion, so please contact each store before visiting.
The menu samples for each listed store are merely examples.
Please be aware that are subject to change at any time.