Ginger Noodle Spot 角栄
Kaku-A is one of my favorite miso spots in Tokyo. As are the rest of the shops in the Gamushara group, a collection of ramen shops celebrating the diverse ramen scene from Niigata Prefecture, a few hundred kilometers north of Tokyo.
One thing about the original Gamushara, out in Hatagaya, is their heavy use of ginger. Taking inspiration from a local Niigata-style, the soup is heavy on the impact, and the aftertaste is full of ginger heat.
Well, now the miso spot becomes a bit of a ginger spot two days a week. This one is lighter than their other one, so there is no reason to be worried about a ginger overload.
The tokusei ramen (特製ラァメン) comes with an egg, and extra slices of meat. Probably the best choice here.
Of course, a week after I went I saw the master, and he said I should really have gotten the tsukemen.
Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Sendagaya 5-29-7
Closest station: Shinjuku
Open Wednesday and Thursday 11:00-10:00