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  • Kohmen : Shinjuku

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • Though i'm not normally a big ramen fan, I found the tonkotsu here to be excellent. very highly recommended.
  • Hirugao

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • In the world of Tokyo tsukemen, there aren't many shio-chashu tsukemen places. Not sure why that is, perhaps the shio broth/shiru is too salty for tsukemen when condensed down (tsukemen broths tend to...
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  • Kohmen : Shinjuku Kabukicho

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • Review of the Kohmen location in Shinjuku/Kabukicho: http://www.ramentokyo.com/2007/07/kohmenkabukicho.html
  • Men-ya Musashi

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • The main branch of this now eight-location chain of ramen shops is located in west Shinjuku, and is the only one I’ve ever visited. Thinking back to the very first time I went there on a cold and r...
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  • Sandaime Marusuke

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • I had a little trouble finding this ramen restaurant. I asked another store in the area but they didn't know it, but a nice Japanese man overheard me asking and then volunteered to show me the way! ...
  • Aoba : Shinjuku

  • Ramen ( Shinjuku )
  • When I think of Japanese noodles, oil doesn't really enter the picture. Of course, sometimes you wander into a greasy spoon, but most of the time, you feel like you're eating light and healthy. Aoba d...
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