Leaf KYOTO Delivered by Leaf, a local information magazine!


  • LINE
  • FaceBook
  • twitter

Recreate that "richness" of soup! [Tenka Ippin's new nabe soup to go on sale on September 1!

[On September 1 (Fri.), a new nabe soup that reproduces the Kyoto Chicken Hakyu flavor of Tenka Ippin went on sale nationwide.
Tenka Ippin, which started as a food stall in Kitashirakawa in 1971, is a popular ramen restaurant with a rich and flavorful broth made by slowly cooking chicken stock and using more than a dozen different vegetables.
The soup is made with chicken, onions, and other vegetables, with a rich garlic flavor, and miso added as a secret ingredient to give it a thick, rich taste. The soup is made with chicken, onions, and other vegetables, with a hint of garlic and miso added as a secret ingredient. It is well mixed with ingredients such as pork belly, cabbage, green onions, and mizuna (potherb mustard), and the rich flavor can be enjoyed. The use of beef motsu (pork giblets) further enhances the richness of the broth!
For the end of the nabe, combine the broth with pre-cooked Chinese noodles and top with chopped green onions and grated garlic for chicken ramen, or simmer rice and melted cheese and finish with black pepper for a rich cheese risotto. Enjoy it according to your mood of the day.

Product Name: Tenkaichin Kyoto Chicken Shiratsuyu Flavor Nabe Soup supervised by a famous restaurant
Suggested retail price / 378 yen
Sales channels: Food corners of mass merchandisers, etc.
Release date / September 1, 2023 (Friday)
Sales area / Nationwide

Daisho Corporation Customer Service Center

*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


Feature articleFeature article

Featured eventFeatured event


Site guide