A bike trip to Mt. Fuji is a great excuse to eat some local ramen.
Menu overload! Gakidaisho suffers from too many menu items. I guess if you want variety, they have it.
But no one in the ramen world has succeeded at being a jack-of-all-trades.
Especially not this place. The number one ramen item was a forgettable bowl of shoyu with some seabura back fat.
When I asked the staff who the old man on the sign was, she replied,
"Ummmmm . . . the owner?"
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Open 11 to midnight . . . maybe