Kamukura, Tokyo

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    Kamukura: Kamukura, Push Button Ramen

    by badgirljessica Written May 2, 2006

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    Outside of Kamukura, is a sign with pictures of different types of ramen, drinks, and extras (to add to ramen) labeled with numbers that correspond to buttons. After inserting your money and pushing the appropriate buttons for your order, a ticket pops out and the shop doors open. Every employee shouts a welcome to you and you are seated at the counter where someone will take your ticket and begin making your food. This is ramen from Japan and while it's definitely not the healthiest food for you, it is perfect comfort food for those on a budget (or those just wanting the tastiest ramen ever!) The broths are savory, the noodles tender, the meats are delicate, and the spicy green onions send it over the top. Warm up here on a cool Tokyo night with expertly crafted soup and a smooth Asahi and you will be in heaven!

    Favorite Dish: Oishii Noodle

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