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Thursday, 07 July 2016



Hi Kirk, hope you're doing well!
I don't think my metabolism can handle an ie-kei ramen anymore, ha. I heard the term ie-kei came from the shops names all ending in "ya" (家) which can also mean 'house' and pronounced "ie", hence house-style/type... Never been to Yoshimuraya but there are too many great bowls of shoyu to try on my bucket list and my trips are too far and few between. :_(


Hey Dennis - Nice to hear from you, hope you're doing well. This was an interesting random place for ramen....that bowl was enough for both the Missus and myself....and then some! Great hearing from you.


I'm guessing that a place in Tokyo that doesn't get the noodles right would be like a place in San Diego that screws up their California burritos and expecting to stay open longer than a week...


Well Jan....I bet if I was still into California Burritos, I'd find quite a few that would fit criteria A and still be open....


ooh, Kamakura! I'll look forward to that post =)


Kamakura was wonderful Lynnea!

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