In China, it is said, if you take (一) ‘one’ from (零) ‘hundred’ in the Chinese character, it becomes a Chinese character which means ‘White’. Tsukumo (Ninety Nine) (零) in Chinese characters means that you will have a long life until you have white hair and is considered to be a good number.
Also ( 九 ) and (十) ; comes from a Chinese character ( 零 ) Dragon which means ‘deepness’ and bring together in one place.
Tsukumo Ramen offer great taste using carefully chosen for customers, wishing for their good health with name 九十九.
During their soft opening on Saturday, October 11 yours truly tasted their best seller type of ramen.
We are pleased to share the top reasons to eat ramen around Malate, Manila.
Joining the chain craze, Tsukumo Ramen is now open to serve, located at Robinsons Manila, they are open earlier that the mall hours. Open from Mondays - Sunday.
Lunchtime is best when you have Ganso Marukyu Cheese RAMEN
A serving of Shoyu Ramen is another best experience in Tsukumo.
And to provide real Japanese ramen they hired 3 resident Japanese Chefs namely:
- Chef Narihisa Nakamura
- Chef Akira Matsunaga and
- Chef Naozumi Hadachi
This branch in Manila is their first venture as they aim to introduce real Japanese ramen in the Philippines.
Filipino diners can assure of very good rest, real japanese taste and quality.
For them, customers are very important as they are considered gods.
Their main ingredients are created in Tsukumo, at their main branch in Tokyo, Japan.
Since they saw a potential in Manila, they plan to expand the business also in Makati and BGC.
'Tsukumo Ramen offers great taste using carefully chosen variety of ingredients' shares Chef Narihisa Nakamura during our interview at the soft launching event.
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