If you ever make it out to Yokohama, it's all about the "Iekei" ramen! Aside from going to the Raumen Museum, don't bother looking for anything else because Yoshimuraya's influence runs deep...real deep. Sugitaya is just one of many shops branched off from its famous parent. A typical "Iekei" ramen features a tonkotsu (pork bones) and torigara (chicken bones) mix with a special shoyu-dare that is highly top-secret. Order the ramen and top it off with a mound of green onions if you like. That's Sugitaya's specialty. Or just order the regular ramen and customize it to your preference. I recommend ふつう (pronounced futsuu), which means regular. They may ask you a few questions so just keep saying ふつう、ふつう、ふつう. The last question will be about the noodles. I noticed most of the people ordering it hard so if that's your thing just answer "katamen" to the last question. The noodles are thick and the soup is heav[enl]y. Be prepared to get full!
From Shinsugita Station take the West (西) exit and walk north for about 3 minutes. It'll be on your left. Get a plastic ticket from the machine and grab an empty seat. If it's crowded (it usually is) then just wait patiently for one of the dude's in white to call you. After you finish your bowl, remember to put it up and use the nearest rag to clean your mess--and I'm not talking about your face! Trust me, that rag is pretty nasty...hahaha.
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