Ramen and other Japanese favorites
I opened Ramen Bones - a Japanese food truck - to share my home country's soul food with the Knoxville community. Three years ago, I decided to create something I wanted to see in my community - traditional, hand-crafted ramen . I grew up in Hiroshima, Japan, and fondly remember going to ramen shops with my family. I took the opportunity to train in Tokyo and began mastering the craft in March 2018 and opened Ramen Bones in March 2019. We currently sell ramen, gyoza (dumplings), and onigiri (rice balls), but plan to change/expand the menu as we go.