Monday, July 6, 2015

TOMO in Oimachi

TOKYO 鶏そば TOMO

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Oimachi is ripe with highly ranked ramen shops. I tend to fare on the side of a bad blogger by consistently going to AJITO. You know, that one with the awesome pizza-style mazeasoba. But AJITO closed (and then reopened!) recently, so it's time to check some more shops in this random part of Tokyo.

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TOMO boasts a thick, all-chicken soup. As expected, the tsukemen is the shop's recommendation.

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200 yen more gets you the 得トッピング, an egg, extra chicken chashu, and some nori seaweed.

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The soup is made extra thick by blending with plenty of gyokai fish powders. This is a bowl much like one of my favorite shops, Fuunji. Just not so much in-your-face.

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Wonderful eggs.

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You can add in extra yuzu flavored fish powder to increase the thickness and punch even more.

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Official Site Here

Map of 6 Chome-5-1 Higashiōi, Shinagawa-ku, Tōkyō-to 140-0011

東京都品川区東大井6-5-1
Tokyo, Shinagawa-ku, Higashi Oi 6-5-1
Closest station: Oimachi

Open 11:30-14:30, 18:00-23:00
Sunday until 22:00
Closed Mondays