Ichiran, Tokyo

5 out of 5 stars 1 Reviews

*there are several shops in the city*
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    Shibuya - Ichiran

    by vincentf Written Jun 2, 2004

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    A popular ramen shop that caters to pork soup base (Kyushu style). What is unique is the fact that each person sits in an individual stall. The waiter/waitress gives you a piece of paper asking you what type of onions you want, how spicy do you want, texture of your noodles and the amount of oil poured in your bowl! Prior to entering the stall, you can see if there are seats available by the electronic display in the front stating if there are any empty stalls (Japanese character written "Empty")..

    Favorite Dish: Cha siu ramen with an option for a hard boiled egg for around 900 yen.

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