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I visited “Konjiki Hototogisu,” a ramen shop famous for its shellfish broth made with clams.
This restaurant has been featured in Michelin Guide Tokyo’s Bib Gourmand section for three consecutive years.
Kinguemon, a famous restaurant specializing in shoyu ramen, has its main location in Osaka City.
This incredibly popular restaurant currently has locations not only in Osaka, but in places like Kyoto and Shimane as well.
When people think of Sapporo, many think of Miso Ramen. Actually, there is a delicious ramen that only the locals know about. It's called "Sapporo Black", and you can try this specialty at Isono Kazuo, a ramen shop that's only open at night.
I’ve come to “Ramen Dai,” a restaurant around 3 minutes on foot from Gotanda Station. “Ramen Dai” serves ramen derived from the Jiro Horikiri style. Horikiri style is one of the variations of the original Jiro style. Ramen Dai has focused its locations in Tokyo, but it also has locations in areas like Kyoto and Fukuoka.
“Nihonbashi Fukushimakan MIDETTE” is a shop specializing in Fukushima products located at Nihonbashi area in Tokyo.
The lineup of their products includes the nation’s top quality Japanese sake and fruits among other local specialties. The shop also provides information for Fukushima tourism.
Starting on August 21st 2017, they are going to start an event called “Fukushima Gourmet Fair” where local dishes will be available!
What’s more, with a coupon in our media, you will be receiving a special deal!
Here are two of Tokyo’s proud shopping arcades with a great access to Haneda Airport, which is great for your last shopping in Japan! [Article series / The Surrounding Areas of Haneda Airport Part 4]Read Later
This article is about two of the great shopping arcades, Musashi Koyama PALM Shopping Arcade and Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade, which Shinagawa citizens are proud of!
Omori’s Hot-Topic Ramen Shop, “Muginae”!Read Later
This time, I am visiting “Homemade Ramen Muginae,” a ramen shop in Omori, Tokyo.
This restaurant first opened in April of 2016, and in less than a year it has grown rapidly, becoming an extremely popular restaurant! There is always an orderly line out the front of the shop, and they serve around 100 bowls of ramen every day until they run out.
Recently I visited Menya Hanabusa. The restaurant often ranks amongst Osaka best Ramen Shops and is popular because it offers artificial flavour-free and additive-free broth for it’s Ramen!