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ローカルLLM環境を構築できるOllamaをためす その1:Dockerで環境構築(CPU動作)



$ docker run -d -v ollama:/root/.ollama -p 11434:11434 --name ollama ollama/ollama



$ ollama run llama3



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>>> Please explain me about Japanese ramen?
Japanese ramen! It's a national treasure and a beloved dish around the world.

Ramen is a popular Japanese noodle soup made from pork or chicken broth, wheat noodles, and various toppings. The
dish originated in China, but Japan has its own unique twist on this culinary classic.

Here are some key aspects of Japanese ramen:

1. **Broth**: Ramen broth is typically rich and flavorful, with a clear or creamy texture. There are four main
        * Tonkotsu (): Pork bone broth, often creamy and milky.
        * Shoyu (): Chicken or pork stock mixed with soy sauce for a savory flavor.
        * Shio (): Salt-based broth, often used in combination with other ingredients.
        * Miso (): A combination of tonkotsu and shoyu broths, giving it a rich and savory flavor.
2. **Noodles**: Ramen noodles are typically made from wheat flour, water, and salt. They're thin, straight, and
slightly chewy. Some popular noodle styles include:
        * Hakata-style (): Thin, curly noodles from Fukuoka.
        * Sapporo-style (): Thick, straight noodles from Hokkaido.
3. **Toppings**: The variety of toppings is what sets Japanese ramen apart. You might find:
        * Chashu (): Braised pork belly, often sliced into thin strips.
        * Ajitama (): Boiled egg, sometimes marinated in soy sauce or sake.
        * Menma (): Bamboo shoots, adding a sweet and earthy flavor.
        * Negi (): Thinly sliced green onions, for added freshness.
4. **Regional variations**: Ramen is enjoyed throughout Japan, with different regions offering unique variations:
        * Hokkaido: Known for its rich miso-based broths and thick noodles.
        * Kyushu: Famous for its tonkotsu broths and thin, curly noodles (Hakata-style).
        * Tokyo: Offers a diverse range of ramen styles, from classic to modern.
5. **Cultural significance**: Ramen has become an integral part of Japanese culture, with many shops offering a
unique dining experience:
        * Ramen shops often have a cozy atmosphere and communal seating.
        * Some shops offer a "full-course" meal, including rice, miso soup, and pickles.
        * Ramen is a popular comfort food, especially during winter or as a late-night snack.

Now that you know more about Japanese ramen, I hope you're craving a steaming hot bowl!