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Central Kitchen

As one of casual-dining restaurant chain operators and a top-ten restaurant group in China in 2019, Ajisen (China) Holdings Ltd. had an early start in building central kitchens. Up to now, Ajisen has built four central kitchen production bases in Shanghai, Chengdu, Dongguan and Tianjin, with a total area of 66,000 square metres and a total investment of approximately US$100 million. The four bases cover Eastern, Northern, Southern and Central China, they can support the production, logistics, central kitchen operations and education & training for the group. Their full operational capacities can potentially support up to 1,800 restaurants nationwide.

The modern food and beverage processing technology is supported by cold chain production, distribution technology and specialisation, intelligence and refinement with the central kitchen as the core. All products are standardised finished products including noodles, seasonings such as onions and garlic. The production process is not only more efficient and products more consistent in taste, but the unified procurement, processing and logistics distribution of raw materials also ensures better food safety and nutrition, ultimately guaranteeing the consistent taste and quality of each bowl of Ajisen ramen.

While constantly improving its management and providing the freshest and tastiest products with consistent quality, Ajisen central kitchen also pays attention to energy conservation and environmental protection, actively practising its corporate social responsibility. In terms of protein, fat, and calcium content in bone broth, there is no fundamental difference between the central kitchen and the traditional processes. However, the comprehensive energy consumption of producing pork bone broth in the central kitchen is only 34% - 45% of the traditional method, which is a significant energy saving.

The Ajisen central kitchen model has been unanimously recognised by authoritative experts in the industry, who believe that central kitchen production can effectively control quality, food safety and improve efficiency, while maintaining consistency and stability in restaurant production. The development of a central kitchen model for restaurant chains can effectively improve the comprehensive utilisation of resources and environmental protection standards in the restaurant industry, as well as fundamentally protect food safety in the restaurant industry. This model will be the inevitable direction for the future development of the F&B industry.

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Ajisen Berkshire Pork Dumplings

Ajisen packaged dumplings are made with fresh pork and cabbages. The skins are thin and crispy while filled with a generous amount of meat. Enjoy the deliciousness in no time.

Ajisen Pork Dumplings
Ajisen Spicy Hot Ramen

Enjoy the same taste of the ramen shop in the comfort of your own home with a pork bone broth and homemade ramen. Al dente ramen can be paired with Ajisen homemade chilli oil for an aromatic and spicy experience.

Spicy Hot Ramen
Ajisen Chicken Soup Ramen

Ajisen Ramen is made with the in-house recipe - the long, chewy and silky-smooth-slippery texture, which is what the brand is most proud of. Enjoy the same taste of the ramen shop in the comfort of your own home with golden chicken broth.

Chicken Soup Ramen
Ajisen Pork Bone Broth Ramen

Ajisen Ramen is made with the in-house recipe - the long, chewy and silky-smooth-slippery texture, which is what the brand is most proud of. Enjoy the same taste of the ramen shop in the comfort of your own home with pork bone broth.

Pork Bone Broth Ramen
Ajisen Five Servings Ramen

Five-serving ramen is made with the in-house recipe - the long, chewy and silky-smooth-slippery texture, which is what the brand is most proud of. Enjoy the same taste of the ramen shop in the comfort of your own home with the freedom to mix and match your favourite ingredients.

Five Servings Ramen
Ajisen Hot Chilli Sauce

Ajisen's homemade chilli oil is cooked through multi-step processes over 9 hours. It pairs well with different foods and brings an aromatic and spicy experience.

Ajisen Hot Chilli Sauce

Restaurants

Ajisen Ramen Restaurent Interior
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Kumamoto·1968
Extreme Tender Rib Ramen
Extreme Tender Rib Ramen
Ajisen Girl

Ajisen founder Mr. Shigemitsu started the first 8-seat ramen restaurant in Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan back in 1968. With the wish to share this rich and delicious “Tonkotsu soup (pork broth) ramen” with thousands of people, he named it "Ajisen Ramen". Over the past 50 years, more than 1,200 shops have been opened worldwide.

Pork Bone Broth Soup

Pork Bone Soup: made by boiling a substantial amount of cylinder bones, fan bones and tri-wishbone selected by the Japanese central kitchen.

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Kumamoto Ramen

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Ajisen Ramen
Ajisen Ramen
Ramen House Konjiki Hototogisu Restaurant
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Michelin Award
Tokyo·2006
Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Ramen
Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Ramen
Konjiki Hototogisu Bird

"Konjiki Hototogisu", awarded Michelin One Star in Tokyo from 2019 to 2022, was founded in 2006 in Tokyo by Mr. Atsushi Yamamoto. Its signature "Golden Soup" is made with a unique blend of Hamaguri clams and pork broth to all privileged customers.

Golden Clam Soup

The signature triple soup made with a unique blend of Hamaguri clams, pork broth, and fish.

Noodle Features

7 types of Japanese flours are delivered fresh daily. The Hokkaido "春よ恋" flour provides a rich wheat flavour and a chewy texture.

Konjiki Hototogisu calms
Shio Hamaguri Soup Ramen
Shio Hamaguri Soup Ramen
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Tokyo·2006
Shio Oyster Soup Ramen
Shio Oyster Soup Ramen

Another masterpiece by Mr. Atsuyuki Yamamoto, the newly launched "Oyster Golden Soup" is made with dozens of pounds of fresh oysters everyday, slow-cooked at low temperature for several hours. The oyster sauce and refined oyster oil are freshly homemade to enhance the flavour and texture of the ramen.

Oyster Soup

Unique blend of substantial oysters, fish soup, golden clear soup.

Noodle Feature

7 types of Japanese flours are delivered fresh daily. The Hokkaido "春よ恋" flour provides a rich wheat flavour and a chewy texture.

Oyster Sushi
Oyster Sushi
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Marinated Pork Ramen
Marinated Pork Ramen

Named after the legendary samurai, Miyamoto Musashi, who was famed for his distinctive "double sword style", Menya Musashi created the first generation of double soups in Tokyo, with fish and pork bones, and was voted as one of the four kings of ramen by TBS. With “Originality” as its motto, Menya Musashi has developed over 140 different flavours of ramen that can be adapted to suit the locality of the store but all with the same unique style since its opening.

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Homemade Japanese Ramen and Homemade Textured Thick Ramen.

Tokyo·1996
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Black, White and Red Soup Ramen
Black, White and Red Soup Ramen

Menya Double Soup

The famous double soup "W SOUP" is made with a substantial amount of pork bones and fish.

Branches
Tokyo·2009
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Kanzan Tsukemen
Kanzan Tsukemen

Kanzan Bone Soup

A selection of pork bones, pork skin, chicken feet and a variety of vegetables are used to make the 6 degree thick soup.

Branches
Tokyo·2009
Bukotsu Souden Chicken Soup Ramen
Bukotsu Souden Chicken Soup Ramen

Bukotsu Souden Bone Soup and Chicken Soup

Made with real chicken, chicken racks, legs and wings, simmered for 10 hours.

Branches
Tokyo·2012
Spicy Tsukemen
Spicy Tsukemen

Niten Clear/Thick Soup

Shellfish and fish clear soup mixed with pork bone thick soup, served with special pork and chicken fried food as the specialty.

Branches
Tokyo·2012
Tora Tail Ramen
Tora Tail Ramen

Kodou Bone Soup

A 6-degree soup simmered with pork bones and chicken feet, served with homemade tora tail sausage with a variety of spices and pork.

Branches
Tokyo·2003
Black White Red Tsukemen
Black White Red Tsukemen

Bukotsu Thick Soup

A substantial amount of pork bones, pork spine, chicken feet simmered for over 10 hours to make 11 degrees super thick pork bone soup.

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Hokkaido·1968
Domon Ramen
Domon Ramen
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Domon, Kitakata ramen and Hakata ramen are listed as one of the 3 great ramen. Ramen featuring miso. The first store in Hong Kong was opened in 1996 and was one of the first Japanese ramen restaurants to enter Hong Kong.

Miso Tonkotsu Soup

Rich pork bone soup base with a special miso flavour.

Noodle Feature

Thick curved yellow noodles (with eggs).

Domon Izakaya restaurant
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Hokkaido·1968
Supreme Sliced Beef Sukiyaki
Supreme Sliced Beef Sukiyaki
Domon Watermark

Domon izakaya offers a wide range of Japanese dishes and pot dishes as well as domon ramen, suitable for families and friends gatherings.

Miso Tonkotsu Soup

Rich pork bone soup base with a special miso flavour.

Noodle Feature

Thick curved yellow noodles (with eggs).

Sandaime Restaurant Interior
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Grilled Pork Don
Grilled Pork Don
Plum and Pork Belly Ramen
Plum and Pork Belly Ramen
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Signature Milk Foam Dahongpao Oolong Tea
Signature Milk Foam Dahongpao Oolong Tea

The production process of signature tea is supervised by the group, from tea selection, frying and blending, to bring the customers the finest tea with delicate aroma and exquisite taste. The four main teas are "Jasmine Green Bud", "Four Seasons Spring", "Da Hong Pao", and "White Peach Oolong". In addition to the pure tea series, there are also fresh fruit tea, milk tea, milkshake, etc. to choose from, so the foodies can sip the tea while enjoying the various delicacies available at Izakaya.

Fresh Fruit Jasmine Tea
Fresh Fruit Jasmine Tea
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