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Tonkotsu Ramen is a food item that the player can cook. The recipe for Tonkotsu Ramen is available from Shimura Kanbei at Shimura's in Inazuma City for 5,500 Mora.

Depending on the quality, Tonkotsu Ramen restores 30/32/34% of Max HP and an additional 600/1,250/1,900 HP to the target character. Like most foods, this can not target other players' characters in Co-Op Mode.

When Gorou cooks Tonkotsu Ramen, there is a chance Victorious Legend will be created instead.

Recipe

  • Item Raw Meat.png 4 Raw Meat
  • Item Flour.png 3 Flour
  • Item Bamboo Shoot.png 2 Bamboo Shoot
  • Item Bird Egg.png 1 Bird Egg
  • Creates Tonkotsu Ramen Tonkotsu Ramen ×1

    Trivia

    • Tonkotsu Ramen is a type of ramen noodle dishes, whose soup broth is based on pork bones (Japanese: 豚骨 tonkotsu). The reason this dish was chosen to appear in the game among various kinds of ramen is likely because it is the most popular Japanese ramen dish in Mainland China.
    • Although the English text specifically uses the term tonkotsu which means pork bones, both the Chinese and Japanese versions refer to this dish just as "Beast-Bone Ramen" (Shòugǔ Lāmiàn (Chinese: 兽骨拉面) and Juukotsu Raamen (Japanese: 獣骨ラーメン)).

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name Literal Meaning
    English Tonkotsu Ramen
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    兽骨拉面
    Shòugǔ Lāmiàn
    Beast Bone Ramen
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    獸骨拉麵
    Shòugǔ Lāmiàn
    Japanese 獣骨ラーメン
    Juukotsu Raamen[1]
    Beast Bone Ramen
    Korean 사골 라멘
    Sagol Ramen
    Sagol Ramen
    Spanish Ramen de carneMeat Ramen
    French Tonkotsu ramen
    Russian Тонкоцу рамэн
    Tonkotsu ramen
    Thai Tonkotsu Ramen
    Vietnamese Ramen Xương Hầm
    German Tonkotsu-Ramen
    Indonesian Tonkotsu Ramen
    Portuguese Ramen TontoksuTonkotsu Ramen

    Change History

    Released in Version 2.0

    References

    1. Event Hues of the Violet Garden World Quest, Festival Deeds, Part I: A Story for You (Japanese Voice-Over)

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