When the shopkeeper (店主) claims to reach all 5 of your senses with his ramen, it better be darn good. And darn good it was! The soup is made with pig fists, back fat, several vegetables, and special free-range chicken from Niigata. It is then boiled for at least 10 hours depending on the day. The noodles are your typical Sapporo-style that can withstand the heat. All of this combined with their 3-miso blend is what they call a miso ramen specialty shop. In other words, you'll only find miso ramen here. In all there is a regular miso ramen, miso corn butter ramen, chashu miso ramen, spicy miso ramen, negi miso ramen, and garlic miso ramen. I had the miso corn butter ramen. It was very smooth.
From Susukino Station (Namboku Line) walk three blocks South and make a left. It'll be on your right. It's exactly one block South of the Ramen Alley. Open everyday from 10:30am to 4am. Grab a seat and wait for the dude to take your order.
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