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18 February 2016

Chuka Soba, Ramen, Tanakaya, Kagurazaka (中華そば 田中屋 神楽坂), Tokyo

Sophisticated ramen stand in Kagurazaka

Ramen shop had opened in off-street Upper area of Kagurazaka. The atmosphere of Upper Kagurazaka is very quiet and sophisticated street through the Kagurazaka station of Tozai line. A lot of shops, restaurants or Bars which were simple but high quality and sometimes fastidiousness, as Sanlucar bar, Bar Kakinuma or Omoino ki, stood along this streets.

The Kagirazaka style ramen

The ramen at this Tanaka-ya might have reflected the atmosphere of this place. Light yellow clear soup was made from pork bone soup stock base. The taste of salt was not strong but helped the taste of the soup stock. The soup may have been nicely cooked by the chef of this ramen stand. The noodle was little bit thick, straight. All toppings of the ramen were basic but well selected and nicely cooked. The texture, taste and flavour were very soft touch to our five senses.

The serving style was also lovely. Ramen bowl was placed on a plate.

The name, Chuka Soba (meaning Chinese noodle), will recall us about the traditional soy sauce based, brown soup stock. The concept of Chuka Soba had fitted to this quiet town, Kagurazaka.


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