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  • All Nippon Ramen Guide

    Give us a city and your local favorite ramen shops there. Maybe we can create a decent thread--or not.

    Kyoto: Ramen Yokozuna

    http://gourmet.yahoo.co.jp/0005144568/007090600888848/

    Tokyo: Ivan Ramen

    http://www.ivanramen.com/contact.html
    Last edited by Hijinx; 2009-12-08, 09:44 PM.

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    The best ramen ever is Gen.

    It's near Ekoda.

    Maybe I was just drunk at the time.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kurogane View Post
      The best ramen ever is Gen.

      It's near Ekoda.

      Maybe I was just drunk at the time.

      You should become a guide.

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      • #4
        Hongo-tei ramen, Nagoya. One in Hongo, one near Nagoya station (West side). Best ramen out there.

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        • #5
          にんにくラーメン天洋 http://www.tenyou.jp

          Osaka. Multiple shops.

          Miso-raamen with alot of ... にんにく。

          Heavenly.

          Edit: If anyone knows the awesome place somewhere in Gion, Kyoto, that I can't find anymore due to being too drunk last time, please let me know. It looks blurry and tasted kind of beer-ish, and it has my umberella in it.
          Last edited by Trichophyton-in-my-pants; 2009-12-09, 12:13 AM.

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          • #6
            Tonkoutsu ramen, of course!
            Name escapes me, vinyl curtains protect agains elements and traffic

            => http://www.mapion.co.jp/m/35.6317175...68761111111_9/

            Check also Yokohama Ramen Museum: could eat 3 small portions from difefrent shops, maybe because my tummy got filled fast with beer locally brewed in each region?

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            • #7
              Mega こってり

              Kyoto ramen kaido: ラーメン軍団.

              This isn't for 草食 types who think Ippudou dishwater is real ramen, but I've never had better.

              Nearby, あきひで is a somewhat inconsistent second favorite.


              http://r.tabelog.com/kyoto/A2603/A260303/26003582/
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              Last edited by Hijinx; 2009-12-11, 09:45 PM.

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              • #8
                This place is fun for the show--the ramen itself is okay. But you have to sit at the counter and order the negi-ramen: it comes out, they put it on the counter with a pile of negi, then pour very hot oil (at ignition point) on top--can be a little nerve-wracking for some.

                http://gourmet.yahoo.co.jp/0005143843/

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                • #9
                  What the Hell?

                  Hijinx: Have you tried this one in Takatsuki?

                  http://tomocha.net/misc/ippatsu/jigoku.html

                  It's guaranteed to shake up your bowels.

                  Level 3 was enough for me.
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                  • #10
                    That's my style. I'll have to give it a try.

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                    • #11
                      Didn't McrapAlp write a book on the subject?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by davai.davai View Post
                        Didn't McrapAlp write a book on the subject?

                        Forgot all about that nut.

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                        • #13
                          Some slightly out of the way place in Kashimada. Never cared about the name, but the ramen was good and people brought their kids to teach them what the good stuff tasted like. Ugly place, which suited me fine. I could find it on Google Earth easily, but why bother? Everybody has a favorite already.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Teach English In Tokyo View Post
                            Some slightly out of the way place in Kashimada. Never cared about the name, but the ramen was good and people brought their kids to teach them what the good stuff tasted like. Ugly place, which suited me fine. I could find it on Google Earth easily, but why bother? Everybody has a favorite already.

                            That's the spirit. Share, someone would like to know.

                            This one in Kyoto is for the aspicy lovers:

                            http://gourmet.yahoo.co.jp/0005136680/

                            Also, this chain ain't too bad:

                            http://www.syodai-marugen.jp/shop/index.html#osaka
                            Last edited by Hijinx; 2009-12-11, 09:35 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Great thread

                              Senju Miraku



                              Kita-Senju, Adachi-ku, Tokyo

                              details: http://gourmet.walkerplus.com/109461010291/
                              Last edited by ひさしぶり; 2010-02-12, 04:12 PM.

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