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  • Kyushu Jangara Ramen: Harajuku

  • Ramen ( Harajuku )
  • Unfortunately for this restaurant, its reputation preceded my actual ingestion of it. However, it is definitely the best ramen I've had yet. The broth is rich and complex and the noodles actually have...
  • Menya Musashi Seisan

  • Ramen ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Places with lines are almost always good. Place that maintain a fifteen person line for well over thirty minutes. In the case of Musashi, it's very true. While Musashi is a basic, no frills ramen shop...
  • Ganso Harajuku Basaraka 1994

  • Ramen ( Harajuku )
  • This noodle shop popular amongst Japanese youth offers an extremely heavy version of tonkotsu (pork bone) shoyu ramen. The noodles are thin and straight. Don't attempt this restaurant if you aren't ...
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