30 Nov '14, 10am
@davbai24 wow it's sound good! Well,do you like a Ramen? If you liked a ramen, i recommend it.
Ramen can be described as a representative of modern Japanese cuisine, and Tokyo is a “ramen battle site” where ramen restaurants from all over the country have opened shops. Tokyo Ramen Street, a street exclusively for ramen at the Yaesu Underground Exit of Tokyo Station, features a range of Tokyo’s most famous ramen restaurants. Four shops were originally opened in June 2009: Rokurinsha Tokyo, Hirugao, Ramen Mutsumiya, and Keisuke Kitanosho. The grand opening of a second series of four shops took place in April 2011: Tokyo Station Ikaruga, Honda, Junk Garage, and Shichisai/Tokyo Edoama. Visitors to Tokyo Ramen Street can enjoy famous Japanese flavors all in one place.