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Chuukasoba Tagano (中華そば 多賀野) Tokyo


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Ramen, Tsukemen

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on 08 Mar 2024

ごま辛のつけそば / Goma Kara no Tsukesoba / Chūka Soba Tagano — Ebara-Nakanobu, Tokyo

Classic Tokyo style ramen contains a light shoyu based soup using carefully selected chicken, pork, kombu, sardines and other dried fish. Medium-thick noodles are housemade with nori seaweed kneaded into them, inspired by the regional dish ‘hegi soba’ from Niigata (where master Tagano-san is from). Limited menu items rotate based on the day of the week. The pictured ‘spicy sesame tsukesoba’... More

on 17 Feb 2024


Takano, a legendary ramen shop in Tokyo, has been serving classic bowls using quality Japanese ingredients for over 20 years. Located off Skip Road, the shop is known for its cool, old-school atmosphere. The tsukemen soup is made from pork and duck, and the whole grain noodles are made in house. The extensive menu, including the spicy sesame bowl, is a must-try for fans of this style.

10 / 10
on 09 Dec 2020

Recommended bowl: Simple yet perfect

Located just across the street from Ebara-Nakanobu station, this amazing little ramen shop is run by a husband and wife team working in tandem. The noodles are handmade from whole wheat. The shop specialty is a delicate niboshi shoyu ramen. For each order served, the master pours the soup through a strainer full of dried niboshi directly into each bowl, further infusing the broth with the natural essence and umami of the fish. Takano also serves tsukemen and... More

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2 Chome-15-10 Nakanobu, Shinagawa-ku, Tōkyō-to 142-0053, Japan


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