Wednesday, October 10, 2012

うまか軒 (Umakaken Airport Ramen in Kumamoto)

うまか軒

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The Kumamoto airport is a bad place to get a bowl of ramen.

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Overcooked is a bad way to serve eggs.

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Fried garlic can sometimes fix a bad bowl.

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Sometimes not.  And the iPod camera is a bad way to document your ramen travels.

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The flight from Kumamoto to Tokyo is awesome.  It follows the coast, from Hiroshima to Osaka to Kyoto to Tokyo.

Don't eat ramen at an airport.

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3 comments:

heller66 said...

Sound advice. I would say the Tokyo airport ramen scene is not too terrible though. There is a Setagaya at the Haneda International Terminal, overpriced and a little bland but probably better than what most people can get outside of Japan (hey, it's a Setagaya). At Narita there is a Kookai and a Kagetsu Arashi, again not high end stuff but Kookai is a pretty solid little chain IMO.

SusieTron FiveThousand said...

Ooof that egg looks dreadful! I never boil mine that bad and I like having hard boiled eggs as a snack.

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