This places serves tsukemen, which is different from ramen in two ways: tsukemen noodles come separate from the soup, and the noodles and broth are usually thicker than ramen. This place is incredibly hard to find, but once you track it down near Yoyogi and Shinkiju Park, you’ll be rewarded with a different kind of shrimp-based tsukemen. This is a great spot to visit if you’re seeking out a truly excellent noodle adventure in Tokyo.
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