‘Shoyu‘ means soy sauce in Japanese. Shoyu Ramen simply refers to ramen served with a soy sauce-based broth that is usually in clear, brown color. If you’re in Tokyo, Shoyu is the most familiar form of ramen you’ll find.
Tantan abura soba, it is a bowl of thick noodles with a special shouyu (soy sauce) and pork grease sauce placed at the bottom of the bowl. Typical toppings include: green onion, boiled bamboo shoot, seaweed, minced garlic and chashu pork, and the standard condiments of vinegar and chilli oil.
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