Traveling by train, we set out to discover delicious ramen, and meet interesting people along the line. One of the greatest pleasures of this trip is meeting with fellow ramen lovers and ramen chefs. Come join us in hunting for the different types of ramen along the local line and enjoy the view on the railway.
Connecting Metoki Station with Aomori Station, this line is 121.9km long with 27 stations. Enjoy a trip visiting some of the ramen shops loved in the north, or see a dolphin show at the Asamushi Aquarium.
Connecting Morioka Station with Metoki Station, this line is 82km long with 18 stations. Wind along this route with views of grand Mount Iwate. There are places along the route to encounter animals, too.
Starting at Kubota Station, passing through lush green mountains, and ending at Nishi-karatsu Station, this line is 42.5km long with 13 stations. Enjoy the pastoral scenery with a trip on the Karatsu Line.
Our search for ramen brings us to the Akita Nairiku Jukan Railway Line, which winds along Akita Prefecture's Ani River. The Akita Nairiku Jukan Railway Line starts at Takanosu Station and ends at Kakunodate Station.
On our quest for ramen, we take the Abukuma Express Line from Fukushima Prefecture to Miyagi Prefecture. The line stops at 24 stations over its 54.9km length, from the first stop, Fukushima Station, to the last stop, Tsukinoki Station.
The Ramen tour along the Kotoden Kotohira line in Kagawa. The train runs peacefully from Takamatsu-Chikko station to the Kotoden-Kotohira station, all 32.9km, 21 stations. What types of ramen do we meet here?