Using a special pressure cooker, we take long time to extract all of the delicious flavor of the chicken, resulting in a genuine collagen-rich, thick chicken soup that is both sharp and rich, and is loved around the world.
Skilled noodle craftsmen pursue noodles that go well with the rich chicken broth, achieving a perfect balance between the broth and noodles. Specially selected aromatic flour directly from Japan is used.
We are committed to making ramen without additives, and have created a ramen that is loved around the world without using any MSG.
Our fresh pork is chosen carefully. Simmered over one night, the tasty Char Siu brings you a melty texture in your mouth.
Aosa, the symbol of our Marutama Ramen is directly imported from Japan, giving you the sharp seaweed flavour that boosts your appetite.
Our No.1 Topping. Delicately salted egg yolk with a mild taste will surely become your favorite.
Selected Thai chili to our thick chicken soup to add a new dimension to the broth.
The spiciness is refreshing as well as stimulating.
Founder Tetsuya Kudo first established MARUTAMA RA-MEN back in April 1st 2001 in Kawaguchi, Japan. It was the last day before his 40 years birthday. His dream was to create the ra-men that people from all over the world could enjoy.
Chicken is one of the universal foods that you can find in almost every culture. This is how he was inspired to create MARUTAMA RA-MEN’s signature creamy chicken broth (toripai tan). Since then, many people from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Canada, and Australia loves MARUTAMA RA-MEN and we wish to continue to spread MARUTAMA RA-MEN to more and more people from different background and cultures.
MARUTAMA RA-MEN finally made it’s way to Singapore for the very first time in 2007. Since then, in Singapore people can get to try their very first creamy broth experience. We are now expanding.
|2001||Founder Tetsuya Kudo established MARUTAMA RA-MEN in April 1st 2001 in Kawaguchi, Japan. Since then MARUTAMA RA-MEN is called the pioneer of chicken broth (toripai tan), which has become a major now.|
|2002||The Ryogoku outlet was opened in 2002 and became the main store.|
|2011||The Aobadai outlet was opened in September 2011 near Aobadai Station on the Tokyu Denentoshi Line.|
|2014||The Ojima outlet was opened at Ojima Station in Koto-ku, Tokyo in December 2014. The Ojima and Aobadai outlets are the outlets remain in Japan now.|
|2007||The very first outlet opened in Singapore was at Central.|
|2008||Second outlet in Singapore was at Liang Court Mall and it was loved by families and children. As the rebuilding of Liang Court Mall at the end of March 2020, the outlet was closed accordingly.|
|2010||United Square outlet was opened in May 2010 and closed in 2013.|
|2013||Killney outlet was opened in May 2013.|
|2017||Downtown Gallery outlet was opened in 2017. The restaurant is popular with office workers as it is located in the business district. Kallang Outlet is opened at Leisure Park Kallang near National Stadium.|
|2019||Jcube and IconVillage outlets were opened in 2019 and closed in 2020. Tiong Bahru outlet was opened in December 2019. There are also many families here. The aisle is wide and the interior of the store is typical of Marutama ramen.|
|2021||Bugis+ outlet was opened in 13th of April 2021 and popular with young people and families.|