Râmen, the famous Japanese noodles ラーメン

  • Published on : 02/04/2020
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The delicious Japanese noodles: the ramen

It was love at first sight for the Japanese and the Ramen: A love story that started over a century ago. Served directly at the counter, ramen is king with its undisputed flavors!

Ramen recipe to make at home

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A small classic ramen-ya (ramen rsetaurant), here, you choose your ramen on a machine at the entrance, before taking a seat at the counter facing the kitchen. The classic ramen is inexpensive (850 yen). You can also discover tsukemen râmen , cold noodles to soak in broth served on the side.

Warning: Prepare to wait in a line but well worth the wait!

Address: 151-0053 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Yoyogi, 2 Chome-14-3, First Hokuto bldg. 1F 

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