Friday, October 19, 2012

野郎 (Yaro in Akihabara)

野郎ラーメン

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I needed a switchable battery case that would allow me to wire three 1.5v batteries in series, a cheap soldering iron, and some flash memory. If eclectic electronic purchases are your task for the day, Akihabara is your destination.

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I'm not a fan of this style, but the in-your-face facade drew me in. And the help staff, all cute college-age girls, didn't hurt!

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If you aren't down with the intensity of Jiro-style ramen, go for the tsukemen. It is much easier to eat. Well, maybe not that much.

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Nothing to comment on really. The chashu was awful; leathery bits that I could barely chew. The noodles and soup were standard for this type. If golden pork liquid is what you are after, better to check out Musashi in Akihabara.

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野郎!

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Coming soon to Ramen Adventures . . .

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何やろう?

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Tokyo, Chioda-ku, Sotokanda 3-2-11
Closest station: Akihabara

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