Another countryside style in the heart of the big city.
This local ramen comes from Wakayama. Wakayama prefecture is overshadowed by nearby Osaka, Nara, and Kyoto in terms of poularity. Most people never even make it down to this peninsula. Steeped in history, you can find the head of Shingon Buddhism here. You can also find a singing road. As I've exhausted my list of famous Wakayama attractions, let's get to the ramen.
Pork and chicken bones, cooked for hours. The smell was noticeable outside.
Despite the extent of the menu, it's basic fare here. 99% of the time, the upper left is your standard ramen.
I was surprised. It's a good, heavy bowl. The type of soup that only comes from hours, even days, of simmering animal bones.
The staff offered me a fork, which hasn't happened in a while.
Tokyo, Shinagawa-ku, Higashi Oi 5-19-9
Nearest station: JR Oimachi
Open 11:30-14:30, 17:30-24:00