Kagoshima is known for their Kurobuta (Berkshire Pork). So when I was lazily walking around the Tenmonkan shopping street one Spring afternoon, I couldn't help but notice a delectable-looking Kurobuta Ramen at a place called Garufu. I was semi-full at the time, but the wax bowl in the window kept calling my name and the two hanjuku eggs were staring straight at me. So I had to enter. OMG! Oh My Garufu! The oils from the kurobuta mixed in with the tonkotsu soup was heartstoppingly paralyzing. If this ramen had a weakspot, it would be in the noodles, but seriously, the kurobuta was incredible! And those eggs...speechless.
From Kagoshimachuo Station jump on one of the trolleys headed for the Tenmonkan Street. There should be a Tenmonkan trolley station. Get off there and head left (Northwest). After one block make a left and you'll see Garufu on your left. Head inside, order from the ticket machine and be seated. They're open from 11am to 9pm everyday.
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