Well... It's me, Alien.
Bone-in pork is common in the U.S.
A block of pork which Alien bought on the other day was also bone-in.
Usually, Alien throw the bones away. but Alien heard delicious broth can be extracted from pork bones.
So, Alien tried to get that.
Boil pork bones, carrots, onions, a core of cabage, garlic, ginger, etc, till the bones become soft.
This process must have been tiresome, but Alien did a cheating.
Alien borrowed a pressure cooker and used it.
Anyway, the broth needed to be strained because it contains many waste.
Add boinled mirin (sweeten sake) and soy sauce to finish the soup.
The next stuff is noodle.
Alien got dried chinese noodle when Alien went to an asian market.
It was only $0.79. Good deal.
Boil the noodle, remove water from the noodle well, and then pour the broth onto the noodle.
Put boiled egg, boiled corns, and bean sprouts on it as toppings.
It was delicious, it may not be as good as ramens served at ramen restaurants in Japan though.
Making ramen soup is kinda hard job, but it's worth to try if you have time.