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Tokyo Ramen Street's Rokurinsha Makes A Mean Bowl of Tsukemen Noodles

Jay Friedman 5 comments

The last time I was in Tokyo, I didn't make it to Rokurinsha, one of Tokyo Ramen Street's most popular restaurants, which is known for its tsukemen, or dipping noodles. This time, however, I vowed not to be denied, and arrived before noon to make sure of it. The unique thick noodles and umami-heavy broth were worth the wait. More

Nagi Golden Gai in Tokyo: Something Fishy About the Ramen (In A Good Way)

Jay Friedman 1 comment

The Nagi Golden Gai experience is fascinating, from the walk up and down the stairs, to the wait for a call through a tube, to the two types of noodles and the unique broth made with niboshi--dried baby sardines. With just ten counter seats in cramped quarters, you'll be rubbing elbows with your neighbors. More

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