(I forgot how to get here. It's on the main road that parallels the park. It's either in 1-chome or 2-shome)
After my weekly Tuesday evening lesson in Shinjuku, I usually take a stroll through Kabukicho. Kabukicho is, of course, the entertainment center of Tokyo. All forms of fun can be bought here, for a price. Let me rephrase that. All forms of Japanese fun can be bought here. Hostess bars, pachinko parlors, game centers, and, of course, cheap food.
So I found myself wandering aimlessly, and somehow ended up in ni-chome. Sure, we've all heard that story before.
"No really! I ws just looking for some hot, raw men. I mean ramen! Hot ramen!"
"I'm totally a top guy. I mean toppings! I love lots of toppings on my hot, raw men. Dammit!"
Anyways, the fare here is standard Hakata stuff. A bit lacking on the flavor scale. I got a bowl covered in nori seawead and negi, green onions.
Oh, yeah, it's only 500 yen for the basic bowl. That's like 5 bucks.
This shop has 5 or 6 branches in the Shinjuku area alone.
Shop Info Here