Wadaya Ramen was an interesting experience. It was the first time I ever stepped foot on Kyushu soil and took a deep breath of volcanic ash. And as a means of just escaping to find some sort of clean air, Wadaya was my savior. The ramen here is a bit different from the deep porkiness of the other southern cities. It's light and topped with plenty of moyashi and kikurage. The noodles are a bit softer too. Odd as it was, I liked it. Even the creepy Egor-like voice of the ramen chef was strangely soothing.
From Kagoshima-Chuo Station make a left and head North past Amu Plaza. When you reach the end of the car loop you should see an alley called Nishiginza Street. Continue walking and you'll see Wadaya on your left.
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